This one’s for the told-you-so vegans and the sicko carnivores! Rosalía Banet makes art that celebrates the art of cannibal cuisine. She takes the every day task of preparing a wholesome meal – 50s-style with all those jello molds – and replaces the animal parts with human ones. I like how disgusting the image immediately becomes when you see that it’s a human body on the cutting board. Check out her surreal paintings below, as well as some short films she made of preparing plates out of people.
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