Japanese artist makes food look better with his intricate designs
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Published : Mar 8, 2017, 4:12 pm IST
Updated : Jul 8, 2017, 8:39 pm IST
Artist Gaku carves designs out of food with precision and detail through 16th century Japanese art Mukimono. (Photo: Instagram/Gaku)
The Japanese artist make these colourful radish look even better with his creation
Broccoli can be quite a designer tree if you think like an artist.
The artist uses the 16th century traditional art called 'mukimono' to carve food with different designs.
An aubergine couldn't get better with this artistic design.
Making a banana look incredibly scary through the dragon carving.
Onion leeks just got their own character with this art.
The artist used a coconut shell to make a tortoise shell-like creation.