Meatscapes by Nicolas Lampert are Good Enough to Eat (UPDATE)

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Nov 6, 2009   Updated: Jul 26 2011 • References: machineanimalcollages & gastronomista
Sometimes I see art, and I am amazed at the ingenuity and thought process behind it. Which is why the 'Meatscapes' that I have uncovered are absolutely astounding.

Artist Nicolas Lampert takes existing images, and then incorporates meat into it. So a beautiful sunset scene has a big piece of beef int he background. Ya, that's my kind of art.

Implications - If these images don't have your stomach grumbling with hunger, you must have either just ate or are crazy! This blissful brisket photography certainly has me feeling meaty and craving some carnivorous food!

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