how to make those Japanese food samples… this is super amazing. they are made to look so appetizing, it’s an astounding art form! something else we should employ more in the States…
Gujo town in Gifu prefecture of Japan is the place where technology of making these ultra-realistic food samples used to show menu in Japanese restaurants began. These samples are made out of platic, wax and other materials, and then painted. It is also possible to try making some simple samples by yourself.
"People just don’t want to be told everything is ‘So tight’ over and over and over! I’m just telling you how it is, fool!" - Nancy
For some months past the pages of our more conservative magazines have been crowded with pessimistic descriptions of the younger generation, as seen by their elders and, no doubt, their betters. We’re not babes in the wood. We’re men and women, long before our time, in the flower of our full-blooded youth … I suppose that it’s too bad that we aren’t humble, starry-eyed, shy, respectful innocents, standing reverently at their side for instructions.John F. Carter, “‘These Wild Young People’ by One of Them,” The Atlantic, 1920