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Categories : Anatomy, Food
To promote the release of Resident Evil 6, Capcom sponsored Wesker & Son Resident Evil Human Butchery in East London.
Once at the butchery, members of the public will be invited to sample and purchase a dizzying array of edible human limbs including hands, feet and a human head, which will be available to buy directly from the shop. As well as these specially created products, gamers will be able to buy ‘Peppered Human & Lemon Sausages’ and ‘J’avo Caught Human Thigh Steaks’ along with some specially made pots of Red Herb and Green Herb. All proceeds from the sale of the meat will be donated to the Limbless Association, which provides information and support to the limb-loss community.
In addition to the pop-up human butchery and morgue, Resident Evil fans will be invited to attend two days of lectures at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Pathology Museum, which have been designed to explore some of the themes in the game and their links to real life.
[via Neatorama + Street Anatomy]
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Categories : Anatomy, Food
“Skull Roll” by Noah Scalin, is one of many works of art from his award winning “Skull-A-Day” art project weblog.
Enjoy all 365.25 of Scalin’s original skulls in 1 minute as the year comes to an end. Happy Holidays!
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Categories : Design, Food
This heart may be more appetizing than the pig hearts my classmates and I purchased for our heart assignment.
Started off as a ‘starving artist’ who took a part time job in a bakery, Debbie Goard now single-handedly runs Debbie Does Cakes, a cake design shop which specializes in highly realistic cake sculptures that you have to see to believe.
To make such realistic-looking cakes, Debbie spends a lot of time researching the subject, working from only the actual objects or photographs of them, and carefully creating them as they really are with imperfections and subtleties.
To see more of Debbie’s cakes, click here!
[via Geeks are Sexy]
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Categories : Anatomy, Fine Art, Food
I have craved Kittiwat Unarrom’s bread for quite some time now.
Since 2006, artist Kittiwat Unarrom, son of a baker, has created bread shaped like various body parts at his Human Bakery in Ratchaburi, Thailand. In order to make them realistic, Kittiwat spent many hours studying anatomy and visiting forensic museums. At the same time, he makes his bread delicious by constructing the details of the body parts out of cashews, raisins, chocolate, and blood-like glazes.
To read more about the artist and see a video of his creations, click here!
[via Shape & Color]