So you can't exactly eat it but sushi made from lint is a reality. We appreciate the creativity of someone who got inspired to make fake food while doing laundry. Who knew washing clothes could stir up such an appetite?
The sushi is actually the creation of artist Slater Barron, aka the Lint Lady. Slater has made all sorts of sculptures and portraits with lint, including one of Princess Diana. On this ocassion, the artist went all out making everything from maki to handrolls, complete with a side of pickled ginger.
This is the latest in a series of faux food projects. We previously featured sushi made from wool and the knitted butchery. Does this fake food make you crave the real thing?