These realistic looking sculptures are created by the Auckland based artist Seung Yul Oh who creates his food focused masterpieces using silicone and resin.
The artist's works depict traditional Korean noodle dishes with perfect realism and an eager eye for detail.
The noodles are seen to stretch directly from the plate as if pulled by chopsticks while foods such as egg, prawns, vegetables and broth are all perfectly crafted.
The finished illusion is of a long string of noodles effortlessly pulled from the bowl. The work reminds us of the artist Keng Lyewho creates super realistic sculptures using the same technique.
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