Bacon Van Gogh

An artist is hoping to bring home the bacon with a replica of one of the world’s most iconic paintings made entirely from pork. Emily Ardella created the tasty tribute in ode to her favourite artist Vincent Van Gogh and spent just three hours on the sizzling ‘Starry Night’. The 23-year-old created the pork picture from her home in Crestview, Florida and used three pounds of bacon to complete the three-foot by four-foot masterpiece.

An artist is hoping to bring home the bacon with a replica of one of the world's most iconic paintings made entirely from pork. Emily Ardella created the tasty tribute in ode to her favourite artist Vincent Van Gogh and spent just three hours on the sizzling 'Starry Night'. The 23-year-old created the pork picture from her home in Crestview, Florida and used three pounds of bacon to complete the three-foot by four-foot masterpiece.

An artist is hoping to bring home the bacon with a replica of one of the world's most iconic paintings made entirely from pork. Emily Ardella created the tasty tribute in ode to her favourite artist Vincent Van Gogh and spent just three hours on the sizzling 'Starry Night'. The 23-year-old created the pork picture from her home in Crestview, Florida and used three pounds of bacon to complete the three-foot by four-foot masterpiece.

An artist is hoping to bring home the bacon with a replica of one of the world's most iconic paintings made entirely from pork. Emily Ardella created the tasty tribute in ode to her favourite artist Vincent Van Gogh and spent just three hours on the sizzling 'Starry Night'. The 23-year-old created the pork picture from her home in Crestview, Florida and used three pounds of bacon to complete the three-foot by four-foot masterpiece.

An artist is hoping to bring home the bacon with a replica of one of the world's most iconic paintings made entirely from pork. Emily Ardella created the tasty tribute in ode to her favourite artist Vincent Van Gogh and spent just three hours on the sizzling 'Starry Night'. The 23-year-old created the pork picture from her home in Crestview, Florida and used three pounds of bacon to complete the three-foot by four-foot masterpiece.