This Piece of Vik Muniz Art Resembles Medusa

By: Megan Facciuolo - Jun 8, 2014
References: vikmuniz.net & foodiggity
This latest Vik Muniz Art might scare away your dinner guests. Titled 'The Medusa Plate,' this artwork is made up of "spilled" spaghetti and tomato sauce. The artist often works with foods to create his art, but this is the first time he has mastered an Italian-inspired dish.

The spaghetti takes form of the Greek goddess Medusa on the plate. The noodles tie in perfectly to match the iconic aesthetic of her hair, which is made up of venomous snakes. Be careful if you choose to place this plate on display though, because the protectress is known to turn those who look her in the eyes to stone.

You also don't have to worry about this plate of food going bad, because it is actually only a print of the original artwork. However, preservation does come at quite the cost; the plate costs $500.