We all know eating meat isn’t healthy or sustainable (sad face). But did you realise there’s a whole culture behind rearing, processing and cooking meat that risks being lost if we all became staunch vegetarians?
Sea-Meat Seaweed is a Central Saint Martins graduate project that explores the art of butchery in a post-meat world. By using seaweed that looks like meat and tastes like bacon, graduates are creating butcher shop-style sculptures and fake carcasses made of dulse. The project aims to support the skills, industries and culture around meat production, and ensure their survival in a post-meat world.
So that’s a carcass made of dulse. No mis steak.
Via. LSN Global