Video: It's a technique that's used around the world to show off the meals available in restaurants, but artists at a small factory in Japan are absolute masters at making the plastic demo meals look almost more delicious than the real thing. It's definitely better than looking at faded photos in a printed menu, that's for sure.
How Japanese Artists Make Fake Plastic Food Look So Damn Delicious
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