In one scene, a soft portion of tofu functions as a kotatsu, keeping the warmth of its users who don't know whether they want to sleep or eat. In another scene, a serving of watermelon slices doubles as a mosquito net in summer, offering protection for a young girl who is relaxing with books and cold drinks served. These are the surrealist creations of Marumichi, a Tokyo-based illustrator who combines fantasy and food to create compositions that tempt wishful thinking. You can follow artists by following their Twitter account, where new jobs are posted. But beware: it can make you hungry.
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