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Japanese chef Takayo "Tama-cha" Kiyota uses carefully arranged food to create cross-sectional sushi-roll art. Her subjects include everything from popular iconography to Japanese demons, but I'm particularly impressed by the rolls with some scientific flair. This single roll depicts different stages of embryological development, depending on where it's cut.

Other sciences represented in Kiyota's sushi art include geoscience:

Illustration for article titled Scientific Sushi Art Is The Best Sushi Art
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And anatomy (NSFW, if your work frowns on sushi-art penises):

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Keep scrolling for naked sushi people.

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Illustration for article titled Scientific Sushi Art Is The Best Sushi Art
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They even have little pubes!

More here and, in Japanese, here.

H/t Boing Boing

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