Sushi has become one of the world’s favorite foods. Heck, I’m probably going to go and get some for lunch today. To match their love of the Japanese delicacy, people have created all kinds of stuff from socks and stuffed animals to Transformers and light saber chopsticks. Now, artist, Carolyn Tillie has created a whole line of high end sushi jewelry that is fancy enough to wear to any black tie event, but still so delicious that you’ll want to eat it.
If you are wondering how she managed to get such great, tiny sculpts of the different types of sushi, she actually kind of cheated. The minuscule food sculptures are actually taken from Japanese gumball machine toys called gashapon.