People love meat. Some just like to eat it, but others use it for alternate purposes.
The following cluster explores meat that has been used in art and design. Some are simply a tribute to a favorite food, while others play on the animalistic connotation of meat.
Implications - Some meat-loving consumers and brands are defying the growing vegan movement by blatantly applying meat products and themes to bizarre, unexpected creations. In doing so, they are making a statement that, while vegan culture may be receiving more acceptance, meat will always have a place in society -- if not on the plate, than perhaps on our clothes, paintings and home decor.
From Meat Jewelry to Beef Jerky Business Cards
Personified Cold Cuts
Beef Jerky Business Cards
Edible Cured Meat Seared With Your Contact Details
These Red Meat Pants Are Definitely Not for Vegans
Are These Carnivorous Accessories Social Statement or Visionary Veracity?
Artist Marco Evaristti Serves Meatballs Cooked with His Own fat?
Red Meat Cosmetics
Old Meat Marketed as New with Red Dye
Canned Meat Collages
Sarah Illenberger Specializes in SPAM as Her Art Medium
'Sitting Flesh' Meat Cushions Make a Cozy Place to Eat a Steak
Women as Pieces of Meat
Urging Men to Speak Out on Domestic Abuse
Making Meat Look Sexy
Purple Magazine Has Some Pretty Twisted Editorials
Spaghetti and Meatball Dress Leaves Fashionistas Hungry-Eyed
Art for Carnivores
The 'Meat after Meat Joy' Exhibit
Ted Noten's Striking Accessories Will Make You Do a Double-Take
Meat-Inspired Home Decor
Furniture Looks Like Skinned Animals
Models Wearing Raw Meat
Clayton Cubitt's ‘Raw Flesh' Series Will Shock Vegans
Jia Jam's Real Bacon And Salami Dress for Aqua Teen Hunger Force