Food And Everyday Life Merge In Surreal Illustrations By Marumichi – Design You Trust

Food And Everyday Life Merge In Surreal Illustrations By Marumichi

Japanese illustrator Marumichi creates surreal illustrations in which food and everyday life merge together seamlessly. It’s as if a foodie went to bed stuffed and dreamed of food.

In one scene a soft serving of tofu doubles as a kotatsu, keeping warm its users who don’t know whether they want to fall asleep or eat. In another scene, a slice of watermelon doubles as a mosquito net in the summer, offering shelter to a young girl who is relaxing with a book and cool drink. These are all the surreal creations of Marumichi, a Tokyo-based illustrator who blends fantasy and food to create scrumptious compositions.

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