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

The Museum of Food Anomalies presents:

Spaghetti Hoop Crop Circles

Long-time viewers of the MoFA may, at first, be thrown off by this photo. What seems so unusual about this nearly-empty container of pasta hoops? Instead of focusing on the bottom of the container, cast your gaze, gentle viewer, to the sides of this vessel. Yes, there you will see that the contents of this unnamed, pre-cooked pasta delight have been arranged (or arranged themselves?!?) into a disturbing degree of order. Is this a matter of self-aware pasta that is attempting to avert the view of someone wishing to dine on the pasta? Or, could this be the crop circle equivalent of packaged foods? The mystery is only beginning…

Spaghetti Hoop Crop Circles, 2010

Wendy S.

Hoop-shaped pasta. Commands from Outer Space?

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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