Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night Rendered in Pork Products

Is it possible to improve upon a work by Van Gogh? Instructables user CopperTwist proves, beyond all doubt, that the answer is 'yes'. Just substitute various pork products for paint.

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I don't think I'd recognize the original painting in this form had I not been told what it was.

I'm not a vegetarian, but Jade, I am also kind of wondering why the obsession with meat (bacon in particular.)

Don't get me wrong, Neatorama. I do like you very much. I'm just wondering.
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Yeah, I can see the resemblance if you say it first. If I had to guess, I wouldn't have had it right. Otherwise, it is pretty disturbed.
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It's refreshing to see non-vegs not liking this whole meat/bacon revolution that seems to be going on.

And if you mean 'render it completely unidentifiable' by saying this is an improvement, then yes.. he did 'improve' Starry Night.
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It's not a question of eating preference. In fact, it's more of a waste of perfectly good meat that makes this a little sad. Hopefully, they didn't render it unsafe for cooking.
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