The Museum of Food Anomalies™ is an online exhibition of real food gone horribly wrong.

The Museum of Food Anomalies presents:

Sacred Heart Potato

Rhonda A. discovered a potato that she says resembles the “Sacred Heart of Jesus” (a famous religious devotion of the Catholic faith). She’s not sure if it should be classified as a “sign,” “miracle” or “other,” but we all agreed that it has a home here in the MoFA’s ‘Religious Artifacts’ wing. Naturally, this item is also available for bidding through eBay. Have a look quickly, though, there are only 9 days left! (as of this posting)

Update: bidding ended on June 20, 2011 at $0.99 from 1 bid (+$4.95 shipping). The eBay listing read:

For Sale: One Sacred Heart of Jesus Potato. This item is a one of a kind miracle of nature with a striking resemblance to another miracle, and is in my vegetable bin in my refrigerator.  This lil’ potato  bares a striking resemblance to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and measures exactly  3″ x 2″.  This item is sure to put anyone who collects weird relics on the map. Hurry, only one available and it has an expiration date.

Sacred Heart Potato, 2011

Rhonda A.

Potato. Religious Devotion. Highest bidder.

About the MoFA

The Museum of Food Anomalies™ is an online exhibition of regular food, gone horribly wrong.

The MoFA presents, through photographic depiction, the very depths of abhorrent distortions of otherwise commonplace food stuffs.

The excellent submissions come from fine people around-the-world with galleries updated as new works arrive. Visitors are encouraged to share their anomalies.

The Museum of Food Anomalies is an art project of Michael Hanttula; started in 2001.

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