Japanese Artist Creates Miniature Food Embroideries

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Japanese artist ipnot, whose name was given to her as a nickname when she was at school, shows even the most experienced grandmother that they still have a lot of steps to walk until they reach her level. Ipnot was inspired by her own grandmother and while embroidery is her job, she feels like she is exercising a hobby. The French knot stitch is her favorite style and she chooses her colors from a total of 500 differently colored threads. The artist uses her needle as a paintbrush and the results are in no ways inferior.

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A detailed sushi roll.

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A 3-ingredient pizza.

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A 6-layer burger.

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A cherry tomato that could pass for a real one.

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Embroidered coffee never looked so real.

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Coca Cola bottle.

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Half-eaten ice cream.

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Super delicious canelés.

Ipnot’s embroidered creations don’t stop here. She has an unlimited number of embroidered foods and objects and you can check them out on her website or Instagram.

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