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This Strange Baker Makes Bread Stranger By Baking This Body Part Bread

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Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a play (and movie) about a barber who murders people and hides the bodies in his neighbor”s meat pies. Artist Kittiwat Unarrom must have heard about the play and thought, “What a delicious idea!” While his bakery doesn”t actually use the corpses of murdered people (we hope), his creations are made to look eerily similar to human flesh.

These giant hands? Bread.

These giant hands? Bread.

It doesn”t help that he appears to be using surgical tools.

It doesn

I kind of just want to buy these so I can get the plastic wrap off these poor people”s faces.

I kind of just want to buy these so I can get the plastic wrap off these poor people

Painting some blood.

Painting some blood.

He keeps the bread hanging on meat hooks. Haha?

He keeps the bread hanging on meat hooks. Haha?

This guy looks painfully aware he just got out of a searing hot oven.

This guy looks painfully aware he just got out of a searing hot oven.

Stuff your face with faces!

Stuff your face with faces!

I feel like I”m on the set of a horror film.

I feel like I

Check out the vein on the hand.

Check out the vein on the hand.

These peeled off human faces clash against the lovely floral patterns of the table.

These peeled off human faces clash against the lovely floral patterns of the table.

As someone who doesn”t like eating cotton candy because it looks like roof insulation, I don”t know if I could get over the fact that these look like chopped-up citizens. Maybe I”d try an ear first?

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