This Japanese Artist Creates Detailed Food Art Using Fruits And Vegetables

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The exquisite and fleeting art of mukimono, in which common fruits and vegetables are transformed into beautiful works of art, is where Japanese artist Gaku’s extraordinary talent is on display.

Gaku’s creations (previously featured) are a fusion of historical skill and modern inventiveness, drawing from the rich legacy of 16th-century Japanese food carving. Every piece exhibits an amazing level of precision and attention to detail, whether it’s a dragon painstakingly carved into an apple or a koi fish skillfully sculpted from a radish.

The race against time to complete the artistry before oxidation changes the piece’s appearance is what makes their work even more remarkable and fleeting.

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