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See Sushi

Confession: I have a sushi obsession. So I started this blog. Showing the aesthetics of sushi and related things that interest me. Let's call it research.

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    Sushi Avenue
    an original animated feature created, designed and written by BARUCH INBAR. Look at the funny characters in the still below.

    sushi avenue

    (Source: behance.net)

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #animation  #sushi  #behance  #illustration  #Baruch Inbar 

    Roller coaster sushi
    Howard’s first time discovery of a ‘Kaiten Sushi’ restaurant in Tokyo, turns into a nightmarish ‘roller coaster’ ride…

    just funny

    — 1 year ago
    #sushi  #animation 
    One day at a sushi restaurant…

    One day at a sushi restaurant…

    — 1 year ago with 6 notes
    #gif  #animation  #sushi  #oishii 
    I agree with jeanniejeannie: “Origami GIFs are always full of win.”

    I agree with jeanniejeannie: “Origami GIFs are always full of win.”

    — 1 year ago with 19252 notes
    #Origami  #gif  #animation 
    Dancing SushiDancing Sushi makes me laugh! And there is a whole website where this little guy keeps on moving. Check out dancingsushi.com

    Dancing Sushi
    Dancing Sushi makes me laugh! And there is a whole website where this little guy keeps on moving. Check out dancingsushi.com

    — 1 year ago with 6 notes
    #sushi  #gif  #animation  #dancing sushi 

    Origami, le film
    Japanese culture and the power of imagination come together in this animation made by French students.

    via CreativeRoots
    "Students Joanne Smithies, Eric De Melo Bueno, Michael Moreno, Hugo Bailly Desmarchelier, Camille Turon were inspired by Japanese culture and the art of Origami whilst studying at the ESMA school. The team created a short Origami animation which tells a story about a boy who didn’t see the importants of Origami. via fubiz

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #animation  #film  #Origami  #imagination  #japanese culture 

    Bento mania
    This week I came across a few tweets and blogs about the Bento Box. What an amazing phenomenon that is! I posted this BBC report before and really feel I missed out in my childhood. Something a Dutch couple must have thought too. They decided that their children should get well designed lunch boxes just like the Japanese. So they started Bento Donderdag. No more dull, dry sandwiches for these kids on Thursdays. The lucky bastards! By posting their creations on Facebook the initiators hope to inspire other parents. I’m sure they will.
    I don’t have kids but if I had I’d probably use the ‘no-time-excuse’ and say I’d rather enjoy watching all the effort others are putting into it. Besides pictures of the real thing, I just love these GIF animations! I found these on Tumblr via gaynamja, amigo155 and loitumamusume. It’s hard to find out their original creators. If you know, I’d love to know too.
    If you’re tempted to give Bento making a shot, check out these video tutorials by Minicuteclub on YouTube. Or take a look at these pics selected by NSMBL.NL. And ofcourse Tumblr is a fine source too.

    — 1 year ago with 50 notes
    #Japan  #bento  #bento box  #food art  #food design  #play with food  #gif  #animation 
    Japan, the strange countryA fascinating info-graphics video with great facts. Designed, animated and written by Kenichi Tanaka. Check the whole animation here

    Japan, the strange country
    A fascinating info-graphics video with great facts. Designed, animated and written by Kenichi Tanaka. Check the whole animation here

    (Source: creativeroots.org)

    — 1 year ago
    #japanese culture  #sushi  #animation 

    KikkoMan
    A curious animation…

    (Source: haikugirl.me)

    — 2 years ago
    #Kikkoman  #Sushi  #animation 

    "Cuisine Jap is an animation created by Beckoury Amine. The story is about an young Japanese chef who hated his elder chef. Whilst the old chef prepared the meals the young one tries to do everything in his power to ruin the customers food. Instead of ruining it he came up with what is now known as Maki, Yakitori, and Sushi. The customer turned out to be a well known food critic who loved the new creations and the restaurant got famous.”

    (Source: creativeroots.org)

    — 2 years ago with 1 note
    #Sushi  #animation  #food 

    Fishy Tale
    by Sharlene Lin

    (Source: creativeroots.org)

    — 2 years ago
    #sushi  #animation 

    Super Baozi vs Sushi man from sun haipeng on Vimeo.

    Super Baozi vs Sushi Man
    An animation by Sun Haipeng. A Chinese cultural cartoonist, as he is called on this Creators Project page. His animations have been receiving tremendous response in China for a couple of years now and now he conquered the rest of the world. In this video Sun Haipeng has a dim sum bun fighting a Ikura gunkan maki.

    — 2 years ago
    #sushi  #animation  #Sun_Haipeng  #CreatorsProject