Cao Hui Gutsy sculpture, Resin sculpture with human/animal innards oozing out at seams

Cao Hui Gutsy sculpture, Resin sculpture with human/animal innards oozing out at seams- probably a for shock commentary to animal rights but still interesting if not a little cliche

Caroline Gates

“Body Box” by Caroline Gates>> If I could knit detailed little things, this is what I would make. Then explain each to my kid. Peanut is gonna be one knowledgeable kid

This is a really powerful saying. I've thought about this before - if we made all meat eaters kill their own food, I wonder how many vegans we would then have.

Don't eat anything you are not willing to kill yourself. - this basic principal is why I became a vegetarian almost 7 years ago. I'm not against it for those that do eat meat, but I don't want to eat it.

Meat Cute by Liz McBurney

Meat Cute by Liz McBurney

Made from fabric and yarn. Espaces_Tendances-Maison_Objets-2013-Nourritures_premieres-Elizabeth_Leriche-Tamara_Kostianovsky-Boucherie-2

Made from fabric and yarn. Espaces_Tendances-Maison_Objets-2013-Nourritures_premieres-Elizabeth_Leriche-Tamara_Kostianovsky-Boucherie-2

Metamorfica—Studio Fludd

Creative collective Studio Fludd are a venetian based initiative, who are…

liz mcburney

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Liz Mcburney

Check out a series of images of processed meat by still-life photographer, Liz McBurney which were "inspired by the patterns and textures in processed meat

Francesco Albano. #FrancescoAlbano

Bizarre, Fleshy Sculptures by Francesco Albano

Sculptures by Francesco Albano Francesco Albano was born in Oppido Mamertina, Italy on November He lives and works in Istanbul and graduated from the sculpture department of Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara in

Las extrañas imágenes con comida de Matija Erceg - Yorokobu

Las extrañas imágenes con comida de Matija Erceg

Matija Erceg Combines Raw Food With Everyday Objects - FoodiesFeed

Taable

Raw Eggs and Barbie Legs, la surrealista serie en pastel por Axel Oswith

Which came first...

EAT! Design with Food by EIGA

This is pretty creative! What Came First the Chicken or the Egg - Kyle Bean, EIGA Design via yatzer : from the book EAT, Design with Food

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