Conceptual Macabre – Anatomically Correct Breaded Skulls

15 Apr


Brooklyn-based artist Jeph Gurecka uses food and organic matter in fascinating ways to make his conceptual pieces, taxidermying chicken parts and arranging them into a muscular, human torsoe, or making a huge pile of skulls made out of bread, or reproducing photos using salt, soil, and ash.

I LOVE his anatomically correct bread Skulls – fresh baked for gallery openings and left to decay during exhibitions. Awesome!








Jeph’s website

Check out this fuked up Thai bakery whilst we are on the subject of anatomically correct bread…

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