"Starry Night" - in Bacon

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From instructables user Copper Twist, this impressionist masterpiece of bacon is both biological and ephemeral (euw). What would Van Gogh say? Why do I feel if Van Gogh were alive today, he might be Vegan?

Via Chow Bella, via lots of people.

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