From Holy Breakfast Cookers to Jesus Biscuit Jewelry

By: Amanda Greer - Published:
Sacrilegious Jesus iconography has been a staple of quirky fashion styles and satirical accessories for decades. From bracelets to waffle presses, Jesus has dominated every industry. Designers take iconic artwork from the Classical and Renaissance periods, such as "The Last Supper," and put their own, cheeky twist on them.

People who enjoy puns might want to look into getting a Jesus toast stamp. This stamp places Jesus's face right in the center of your toasted pieces of bread, and ensures that you'll always be able to make the perfect "grilled cheesus." Those who would rather display their Jesus pride through their fashion choices could don a cute graphic t-shirt, displaying the message, "Cheesus loves you," along with a crude cartoon of Jesus sporting a cheese beard.

Each of these Jesus products satirizes the religious icon in some way or another, whether it's by turning his name into a pun, or by parodying famous works of art featuring Jesus. With their tongue-in-cheek attitudes and unyielding creativity, these products are both entirely useful and sacrilegiously hilarious.