Linus Morales' FabFood Project: The Only Time You'll See The Chanel Logo Made Out Of Sausage

14/08/2014 16:43 | Updated 20 May 2015

What do you get if you take a bunch of iconic fashion logos and add some truly unfashionable, not on trend food? The FabFood Project!

Created and executed by photographer Linus Morales, we're going to stick our necks out and say this is probably the only time you'll ever see the Chanel logo made 3D with sausages. Or the Louis Vuitton LV symbol on toast. Or the Fendi double F composed using fish fingers.

Linus Morales FabFood Project

Linus Morales FabFood Project

Linus Morales FabFood Project

So who is this guy subverting iconic fashion labels?

According to his website, Morales is a Sweden-based photographer who has worked with Puma, Mitsubishi and MIH Jeans to name just a few brands.

See more of his work on his Tumblr and Instagram. We haven't been this tickled by a project since artist Cheyenne Randall turned the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge into hipsters...

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