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The Department of Extraordinary Embroidery can’t get enough of…

The Department of Extraordinary Embroidery can’t get enough of these exquisitely stitched miniatured foods created by Japanese artist ipnot (previously featured here).

“After discovering embroidery from her Grandmother and then being fascinated by the French knot, ipnot has spent years perfecting her hand-embroidery art and today creates “paintings” using just needles and yarn.”

Working with a collection of 500 different colors and shades of yarn, ipnot creates everything from bowls of soup and sushi rolls to fruits and vegetables to chocolates bonbons and more. Each tiny creations is remarkably realistic.

Our favorite piece is this embroidered miniature matcha, which actually looks frothy and ready to drink:


Visit ipnot’s website or follow her on instagram to check out lots more of her hand-stitched miniatures.

[via Spoon & Tamago]

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