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This Artist Creates Beautiful & Realistic Embroidered Food

If you have a palate for culinary-inspired artwork, then these miniature embroidered foods will definitely appeal to your creative taste buds. Japanese artist ipnot is the nimble-fingered mastermind behind an amazingly detailed assortment of tiny, handmade embroidered foods. The extremely realistic designs range from a bowl of ramen and a sushi roll to tiny chocolates and apple and tomato slices.
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