The Slater Barron Sushi Lint series looks absolutely delicious. However, you'd probably regret taking a bite once you realize that these Sushi pieces aren't so edible -- being made from dryer lint and all.
Barron handcrafts each piece to perfection, using lint she's found in her own dryer. She's known for creating lots of sculptures, big and small, while using unconventional materials to produce them.
She's created several different bento boxes full of these sculptures, varying from maki, sashimi and hand rolls. The pieces are so detailed that you can really decipher what kind of fish or vegetable is in each one. Perhaps you can be an artist too if you start collecting your dryer lint.
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