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archiemcphee: Japanese Mukimono artist Gaku (previously...

archiemcphee: Japanese Mukimono artist Gaku (previously featured here) continues to amaze us with his skill using an x-acto knife to carve intricate patterns and traditional motifs on vegetables and pieces of fruit. In addition to being incredibly precise, Gaku also has to work quickly in order to complete each carving before the piece of produce he’s using starts to change color.
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