Kittiwat Unarrom (mad baker) – Realistic body parts made form breadThailand, 2010
His family runs a bakery. People like zobies. He is an artist. See the video for results.
BBB Johannes Deimling – What’s in my head (Was in meinem Kopf ist)k-salon, D-Berlin 2009
Duration 32 minutes
“Description of action Similar like the structure of a collage I combine different small actions into one image: Throwing stepp by step red powder on my barefooted feets; putting wooden wings into a roll; slapping with my hands in my face; building up a tree from cardboard, dripping wax from candles (Y,O,U) on my breast, sticking papers in the shape of a “B” on the cardboard branches; hanging up a wooden puppet on the tree; creating a nest and putting small toy-tanks into it; tying a bread on my face, sticking forks into the breadhead, creaming my breadface, throwing red powder on it; spilling noodles letters over the audience; exploding the roll with the wooden wings. ” More images from the artist’s website
Mladen Stilinović – Works with food
exhibition: 11’th International Istambul Biennial
“Since the mid-1970s, Mladen Stilinović has developed artistic strategies using ‘poor’ materials. His works are simple in their execution and engage with such subjects as pain, poverty, death, power and the language of repression, as ongoing and mutually connected conditions. Usually the title is inscribed into the work itself, for example, in a series dealing with food: Geometry for the poor, Cabbage, Borecole, Potato, Bean, Leek, Corn, Cakes, I bite myself, I devour myself, Eat yourself, Bite yourself and Charge, cakes!” – text sourcephoto credit: Estefán Arnold
Nemere Kerezsi – Bread Head2006 june – Oradea/Partium/Romania
Tatsumi Orimoto – Bread Manperformance – ’90s location – Nepal, Germany …
The idea to make a BreadBlog came when I saw an image about one of Tatsumi Orimoto’s performance.
[…]Believe in the power of bread. That was the idea behind Japanese artist Tatsumi Orimoto’s “Bread Man” performance art series in the ’90s. Meant as a unifying symbol of communication, he made his name with the body of work which involved global travel to places like Nepal and Germany with loaves of bread tied around his head while a puzzled public looked or laughed on … read more
image from – coolhunting.com