Japanese artist Gaku’s food carvings intensely intricate patterns into everyday fruits and vegetables.
Gaku, who began posting his work on Instagram about 8 months ago, practices the traditional Japanese art of mukimono, which literally means “stripped product”. It became a popular form of food presentation during the 16th century in Japan, and spread to Thailand shortly after. It is now an important culinary ritual in both countries.
Cute wittle radishes