Tiny copies of meals that look so delicious you'll never guess what they're made of
We bet you would surely eat these amazing dishes! So what's the catch?
Indian artist Shilpa Mitha from the city of Chennai creates miniature replicas of dishes made of clay and then sells her works of art on the Internet as magnets on a refrigerator. Her copies are very popular because the artist presents the most famous dishes of India such as Dosa and Karimeen fry. These dishes are so small that they can fit on the tip of your finger. Miniature replicas of food look so realistic that it is very difficult to say what is real and what is not. Shilpa Mita uses a synthetic material called "air dry clay" to create her masterpieces. Let's see what they look like!
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Pics by Shilpa Mitha
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