Kittiwat Unarrom, a talented artist from Thailand, used his skills to create unique loafs of bread shaped like various human body parts.
Kittiwat has experimented with many art forms, from painting to sculpting, but it was not until he had to return home and take over the family bakery that he discovered his true passion - making outlandish outlandish-looking bread. Since she first started, in 2006, he made a name for himself, and his Body Bakery has become a popular tourist attraction.
The gruesome bread makers Kittiwat Unarrom incredibly realistic looking, but to achieve this level the artist spent much time studying human anatomy and visiting forensic museums. At the same time, he found it important to make his bread delicious as well, because he did not want his art to be just a matter of art, he wanted the audience to feel involved. His first batch was pretty good, but it is not tasty, so he kept improving the recipe until he got the taste just right.
When he first started working in his family's bakery, he was convinced he was not going to get into the practice of his art today, but as soon as he discovered dough, he realized the possibilities are endless. Every day he works in the dough he gets new ideas about new edible art project, and he believes art should not be limited to the art gallery and museum.
His body-part bread looks just the real thing, but he admits it was a bit strange eating someone's head, piece by piece, and looking into their eyes at the same time. In case you are thinking of going to Thailand for a piece of bread a human-looking, forget about it, Kittiwat bakery is only selling normal bread, at least for the moment.