17.06.16 by Staff

Incredible (But Not Edible) Wood Carvings by Artist Seiji Kawasaki

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Japanese wood carving artist Seiji Kawasaki creates ultra realistic food sculptures. Taking 2-3 hours to make, some of Kawasaki’s wooden food double as holders for resting chopsticks. He also does picture-perfect chocolate, vegetables and baked goods! Check out more images below.

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Seiji Kawasaki’s Website

Seiki Kawasaki on Instagram

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  • Absolute Yana

    amazing!!

  • SR

    :O Wow that’s so cool!





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