Japanese designer and artists Yasuhiko Hayashi and Yusuke Nakano have created mini sushi food trucks that transport sushi as their load. These creative sushi plates are part of an art unit called Paramodel formed in 2001.
The art unit’s vision is the "constructing intricate models of Paradise using toy parts, like plastic train tracks and mini-cars." The duo designers design with an artistically simple concept of remodeling the best of the best, reinventing old concepts and transforming them into new ones through the use of "toy parts, plastic train tracks and mini-cars," portraying them in a different light for different uses like photography, restaurants, animation and sculptures etc.
The trucks come in all sorts of colors, ranging from white, blue, yellow, red and many more.
Literal Sushi Truck Structures
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Sushi-Inspired Vegetarian Snacks
Illusory Food-Enlarging Plates
Effortless Sushi Costumes
Simple Sushi-Rolling Machines
Waiterless Automated Restaurants
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