Amazing Sushi ‘Paintings’ Make Latte Art Obsolete

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    Forget your fancy latte with a heart in the foam. This Japanese sushi chef, who goes by the elusive name of Tama-Chan (a recently beloved bearded seal “mascot” of Japan) is using sushi as a blank canvas to make incredible art.​
    Tama-Chan seems to specialize in famous paintings, such as Edvard Munch’s “Scream” and Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” He also likes to play around with landscapes, popular symbols and yes, cats.

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    Yes, creativity knows no boundaries. <<Walking slowly and looking for my creative Latte now>>:)
     
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    We are going to Japan next month and I will try to find the artist.
     
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