Noodle addicts around the world prepare to rejoice at the work of Korean artist Seung Yul Oh, as he pays homage to the beloved easy cook ingredient in an unusual art installation.
The Auckland based artist has managed to re-create a remarkable likeness to our favourite bowl of ramen by using resin, silicon, aluminium and steel. The realistic dishes get some additional height as suspended noodles appear to dangle into the bowl from a pair of chopsticks held invisibly in mid-air.
Noodle experts will immediately spot that Seung seems to have used different varieties of noodle highlighting the endless noodle possibilities depending on preference.
Have a look at some of Seung's noodle artistry below and if you're craving more, head to Fubiz or Seung'swebsite and pick out your favourite dish.
If all this talk of noodles has made you hungry you can always check out our collection of easy noodle recipes.
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