Cold beet maki? Potato dumpling sushi? These unconventional sushi flavors are part of a new project called Eastern European Sushi.
The project features traditional Lithuanin food like borscht from a Japanese perspective. Foods like sausage sandwiches and meatballs are transformed and modernized through Asian aesthetics - a pretty cool concept that explores cultural boundaries.
The Eastern European Sushi website and book were spearheaded by creative marketing agency Clinic 212. Below are some incredible samples of their work. To see more, you can visit their website.
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