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Human Head Cake Has Got Its Eye on You

by Paul Strauss
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I’m not sure that I could bring myself to pull out a knife and start slicing into this gory skinless human head cake, but it’s still pretty awesome.

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It was made by the guys over at Conjurer’s Kitchen, and offers a disturbing amount of anatomical detail. It looks like one of those “visible human” models I used to build when I was a kid, showing off all its muscle and blood vessels after its skin was peeled back. Delicious.

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This gruesome, handpainted dessert was actually based on an old anatomical wax mold from the late 18th century. You can check out more pics of this disturbing, yet amazing cake over on the Conjurer’s Kitchen Facebook page. There’s no word on what the insides look like, but if I wouldn’t be surprised to find edible grey matter and blood.

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[via Boing Boing via Obvious Winner]




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