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The photo you see above was taken by Ben Thomas, here is what he had to say about it.

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I apologize that the picture is so blurry, but it should be good enough for a ‘field’ or ‘bacon in the wild’ submission. I found this piece of art displayed at Actors Theatre in Louisville.

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If you downsize the image enough, you can make out “Oil & Bacon on Canvas.” On the piece of art itself, you can see bacon stains in the bottom left quadrant.

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There is a lot of art that I don’t get and this is one of them. So is the artist trying to say, I hate poetry but love bacon? I would like to hear what you guys have to say about this.

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I would also like the thank Ben for taking this photo, and would encourage everyone to do the same. ;)

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3 Responses to Bacon art spotted in Louisville

  1. Jason Falls says:

    This is soooo disappointing. I wanted to see bacon. Ugh.

  2. Conall says:

    I am sure you’ve seen this before, but bacon salt sounds awesome!

    www dot baconsalt dot com

    I couldn’t believe how healthy it is for you too…no calories and no fat…and then a few confusing attributes…vegetarian and kosher (not sure what to make of that when we’re talking bacon, after all).

  3. Jason Mosley says:

    Jason, I feel your pain, thats what I wanted to see too.

    Conall, I love bacon salt I have some at my house right now.

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