Well, at least that’s what the movies have told me to believe about the taste of human flesh. I suppose it also matters if it is cooked or not. Raw chicken meat is pretty much a no-go (with the exception of one breed that they’ve used on Iron Chef), so I think the same rules apply to human flesh as well.
Then there are those who like to laugh in the face of danger, go against the grain, and take some risks. Of course the vast majority of the people who are willing to dine on raw flesh also have the slight problem of being one of the walking dead.
As far as zombie portraits go, this may be my new favorite one. The fact that the portrait isn’t just a look at a zombie’s face, but it is one in motion, taking that first bite of flesh off of the screaming victim who obviously wasn’t adequately prepared. I also like that if you look close enough you can make out little details, like the veins visible through the skin on the face.
It makes you wonder, if Shaun and his friends can walk through a group of zombies acting like them, and Rick Grimes can cover himself with fluids from a corpse to get through a horde, would getting a zombie tattoo allow you to make it to safety without worrying about being bitten?