Tiny Embroidered Food Looks Good Enough to Eat

Image credit: ipnot

Image credit: ipnot

Japanese embroidery artist ipnot spends hours combining the right colors of thread to create intricate, realistic depictions of food. The completed pieces are stunningly lifelike; although the pieces are embroidered on a flat plane, the texture and color of the works produces convincing three-dimensional images. Ipnot’s creations include miniature matcha tea, a tiny bowl of ramen with thread for noodles, and a textured, multicolored roll of embroidered sushi. View ipnot’s creations on her Instagram

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