If the drab decor of your local butcher is getting you down, we’ve found you the ultimate solution. Victor Churchill in Woollahra, a suburb of Sydney, is a meaty experience that will leave you spinning with wonder. Think custom-made copper and glass shelving, rich timber wall panelling, a marble slate floor and a floor-to-ceiling glass […]
With everyone posting pictures of their food these days, Bubrubinthetub decided to remix that idea by censoring his dinners with something that resembles triangular pixelation. The result is a series he calls Triangulated Meat.
‘In Wisconsin, where I live, the majority of rural land is utilized for raising cows, either for grazing land, growing food for cattle, or appropriating water for livestock so I started thinking about how to represent this in a graphic form,’ so said Nicolas Lampert of his art series, Meatscapes, which displaces geographical and architectural forms with slabs of meat. Good try, but it’s not going to stop us from going “W… T… F…”.
Berlin-based designer and vegetarian, Silvia Wald, is playing a cruel, yet genius joke on carnivores. She opened a ‘butcher shop’ full of tasty-looking meats in all shapes and sizes. The catch is: you can’t eat any of it. All of Wald’s meat products are made from textile materials. Her fluffy cold-cuts are sold as pillows, accessories, cushions, and other decor. These pillows would make for a great conversation piece on any meat-lover or vegetarian’s sofa.
Minced meat and bacon and salami, oh my! If butchery makes you swoon and carnivore is your middle name, then say it loud and proud with this latest collection of tees from Japanese artist Yuko Sekine. You can snag your own cross-sectioned smoked ham t-shirt here. Dodging vegetarians, however, is up to you.