Fou Lard, A Silk Scarf That Looks Like BaconRusty BlazenhoffNovember 16, 2012 “Fou Lard [fu ? l? ? d]: The French word for silk foulard is. The word consists of (crazy) from fou and lard (fat).” The “Fou Lard” by Swiss artist Natalie Luder is a 100% silk crepe de chine digitally printed scarf that looks like bacon. Information on how to purchase this scarf is available at Luder’s website. …In terms of a trophy the wearer overtakes the qualities of the slaid animal and blazons himself with the heroic hunting story. In doing so you can very well adorn yourself with borrowed plumes, this is, again, a question of taste. image via Natalie Luder via swissmiss Related Posts Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts. Previous Post Retro Style Travel Poster Series of Mythical Beasts Next Post More Star Wars Paper Snowflakes Recent Posts Street Artist Paints NFTs on a Brick Wall in Williamsburg Drone Recreates Pivotal ‘Interstellar’ Docking Scene While Screwing a Light Bulb Into a Ceiling Fixture Tiny Baby Monkey Becomes Fast Friends With a Piglet Spooky Halloween Songs From the 1920s and 1930s Why Men Stopped Wearing Hats on a Daily Basis An Amazing Harmonic Cover of the ‘Super Mario Bros’ Theme Performed on a Six String Bass Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting.