When you open your fridge and see funny coloured meat, it is usually time to throw it away, but for 28-year-old Iori Tomita, it is time to go to work.
The Japanese artist has made a career out of transforming discarded carcasses from butchers or anywhere he finds them into glowing, luminescent artworks.
Since 2005, over 5,000 creatures have undergone a chemical process to strip them down to the toughest parts of their remains, before dying them according to the strength of those pieces.
The end results are a beautiful but bizarre testament to natural engineering genius.
Iori has become something of a celebrity, displaying his works worldwide - but this work is far from easy - each piece takes at least a few weeks to create - and some of the largest can take up to a year.