By Rob Beschizza at 8:48 pm Sun, May 29, 2011
I see what you did there.
Whatever happened to L. Gaga’s meat dress anyway? I mean did anyone fry it up and eat it, or was it just left to rot out back of McDonald’s or something?
Meat purse. (squints) Is that some kind of euphemism?
yes, it is.
An art student in CA made it. http://www.foodiggity.com/chanel-purse-made-from-beef-jerky/
By Nancy Wu…..see ecouterre.com from 5-28….
I really don’t get this? why would the skin of an animal be any different then the meat itself? we think nothing of a leather purse over the arm on just about any woman on the planet… why would a “meat” one be any more out (or less) of place?
Almost al purses are meat, the distinction between edible and weareble is only made by the people who is not disgusted by the fact of using corpses.
You are hereby forewarned not to make me hold said meat purse as you take any action such as going into the dressing room, riding the mechanical horse in front of the supermarket, etc.
I like to snack and I WILL eat it.
May not be original but it goes with everything.
Meat purse: Favored by meat puppet fashionistas. Occasionally found in meat bags.
Nancy Wu’s website seems to be gone, even the wayback machine let me down.
More of her work here –
and here –
I liked the explanation of the Nike project with divided by unpredictability.
In the future when confronted with an image you can not link, might I suggest the TinEye search engine.
Looks alot like baby pacific red dragon skin.
For a moment I thought the one who made it was inspired by this:
I’m guessing this is the same person, but the portfolio has nothing about meat purses.
The leather tanning process is very different (and chemically intensive) than the meat curing process. So there is a significant difference.
If you did that on purpose, it’s pretty funny. If it was unintentional… Genius!
Mmmm, Meat Purse… I think there are only two memes to top this, this week: Bacon Purse, and one made from the mummified flesh of Zombie Coco Chanel herself.
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