by Annie Churdar in New Art on Monday 23 September 2013

These rolls of sushi are just too beautiful to eat. Created by master sushi chef Takayo Kiyota, each tiny masterpiece is invisible until sliced. Once cut in half, each roll reveals an image created with the help of coloured rice, vegetables and a lot of detailed planning. I suppose this is what you resort to making when you’ve already conquered the traditional sushi roll variety.