There are forks, spoons, and
chopsticks you can eat after you’re
done with your meal. The edible
utensils are made from wheat, millet,
and rice flours, come in plain, sweet,
and savory flavors, and are
waste and chemical-free. SourceSource 2
Japanese wood carving artist Seiji Kawasaki creates ultra realistic food sculptures. Taking 2-3 hours to make, some of Kawasaki’s wooden food double as holders for resting chopsticks. He also does picture-perfect chocolate, vegetables and baked goods! #Love it!
For a school project entitled “Wearable Art” Karina from Virginia designed and created this splendid dress out of 196 ramen packets and some chopsticks. Ramen guru Matt Fischer estimates that the cost of the materials used to make yourself a ramen dress would only be about $20. Plus you’d get to feast on ramen for weeks.