Kittiwat Unarrom is one of Thailand's up-and-coming artists who applies his talents using an unusual medium.
His family have a bakery in rural Thailand, so using his inherent understanding of the medium of dough he has created very realistic parts of the human body as Human Bread.
Don't be surprised by the nondescript entrance, which is situated in the middle of the Thai countryside. This is home to the family bakery and also the only place where you can see the range of body parts which Kittiwat has crafted out of dough.
Done originally as part of his Master of Arts thesis at Silpakorn University, his initial inspiration was taken from anatomy books and his vivid memories of visiting a forensics museum to create the human parts.
These works are created as both edible and non-edible, depending on the end-users purpose. Some people only want them for 'shock value' or for display, in which case they are glazed when finished. Others prefer to have them as edible items, including restaurants and they can be made accordingly.
To be honest they don't look very appetising, but as Kittiwat said "When people see the bread, they don't want to eat it. But when they taste it, it's just normal bread," he said. "The lesson is 'don't judge just by outer appearances'."