Kittiwat Unarrom is a baker artist from Thailand. He studied fine arts and earned his master’s degree in painting following which he devoted himself to study human anatomy. He discovered his real passion when he returned to his hometown. His bread sculptures look seamless.
He now runs a bakery business of his own and is still working with the dough to explore new ideas for edible art projects. He believes that art shouldn’t be limited to art galleries and museums. He uses his creativity to make some of the most unbelievable bread art designs.
His father owns a bakery in Ratchaburi. He learned baking at the age of 10.
He makes this type of unusual yet realistic bread to attract customers.
They are too scary to digest!
He covers the loaves in plastic and hangs them from meat hooks.
"I want to speak out about my religious beliefs and dough can say it all. Baking human parts can show the audience how transient bread and life is," says Kittiwat. He also says that the appearance doesn't matter as long as it's still bread.