Nutella-Inspired Art is Weird and Occasionally Disgusting

Michele Ferrero, Italy's secretive and paranoid equivalent of Willy Wonka, passed away on Valentine's Day. The obituaries and social media tributes came in fast and furious. But, it seems something was lost in all of the sadness. And that would be the Nutella-inspired art work.

The works vary from finger-painted portraits to gallons of Nutella spread on a concrete floor like a pile of poop. For your viewing pleasure, Konbini picked some of the weirdest, wittiest, kitschiest and most disgusting Nutella art on the web.

Thomas Rentmeister's 'Nutella' (2000). 1,000 buckets of chocolaty goodness poured onto a concrete floor.

Thomas Rentmeister's 'Nutella' (2000). 1,000 buckets of chocolaty goodness poured onto a concrete floor.

Daniel Rossi's 'Nutella Jar Installation', Brooklyn (2011)

Daniel Rossi's 'Nutella Jar Installation', Brooklyn (2011)

Nathan Wyburn's portrait of Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins made out of Nutella

Nathan Wyburn's portrait of Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins made out of Nutella

Nutella guerilla street art from Dorota Pankowska's  Pro Bono Promo' series

Nutella guerilla street art from Dorota Pankowska's Pro Bono Promo' series

Stikki Peaches' Nutella-inspired street art, Montréal.

Stikki Peaches' Nutella-inspired street art, Montréal.

Sean Sullivan's Nutella pop art

Sean Sullivan's Nutella pop art

Stephane Jaspert's Nutella  Rock art

Stephane Jaspert's Nutella
Rock art