Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Six Russian artists made meat reproductions of some of the world famous paintings. The edible gallery was created to celebrate the centenary of meat processing factory foundation in Rostov-on-Don.

Freaky Meat Art

It took artist Alexander Solomko 20 kilos of meat to reproduce Mona Lisa. He also made an installation named ‘Meat Kid’.

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Besides, there were meat reproductions of Pablo Picasso and Van Gogh masterpieces. Solomko admitted that he liked working with meat because it was very soft and  flexible.

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Freaky Meat Art

Location: Rostov-on-Don

via felbert

10 thoughts on “Freaky Meat Art”

  1. I love it! It is saying that no matter how talentless an artist is they can still make money. It also shows a cheapening of life from the view of a psychopath. Keep it up, but next time use human body parts, from your own bodies. That will WOW the arts world.

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