Creative Food Disguise: It’s not what it seems

Designed by Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho, this playful series of painted objects is called “It’s not what it seems”. Basically, Cho use deftly applied acrylic paints to disguise some common foods to look like other foods, such as a cucumber looking banana, tangerine looking tomato and eggplant looking egg. Besides this interesting series, Hikaru Cho also created many impressive body paint work, like broken face, extra eyes and zipped chest. Below is one of example. If you find it not that disturbing, you can head over to Cho’s site where you can find out more about her work.

Creative Food Disguise: It's not what it seems

Creative Food Disguise: It's not what it seems
Creative Food Disguise: It's not what it seems

—————– Hikaru Cho’s Body Paint Work —————–

Creative Food Disguise: It's not what it seems

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