Takayo Kiyota is a Japanese chef who specializes in makizushi art: artistic sushi-rolls that use cunningly arranged food to create illustrations in the rolls' cross-sections. Her work is improbably amazing. She's even done a sushi dick pic, complete with pubes [NSFW]. Based in Tokyo, Takayo Kiyota is a self-proclaimed illustrator and makizushi artist who goes by the name Tama-chan. What exactly is a makizushi artist, you might wonder? Well have a look below. Tama-chan lays her ingredients just so, visualizing in her head how the cross-section – her creation – will look once cut. “I never know what the inside looks like so I’m never sure if it will come out the way I imagined. And I can’t make edits once it’s done,” writes Tama-chan. “Facial expressions are especially difficult because small ingredients or overly exerted force when wrapping can completely throw things off. It’s always a special moment when I make the first incision to reveal the image.” *
Chinese photographer Peng Yangjun documented these wild beach styles in her series called BEACH. Some chinese women wearing colorful rubber face masks which protects their fragile, porcelain skin against the sun’s damaging rays. More images jump more.
While studying abroad in China, Dartmuth student, Jake Gaba, cataloged his 100 day journey by filming himself dancing at every city he visited. "My name is Jake Gaba, and I spent about 3 and a half months (100 days) in China studying Mandarin on a Dartmouth College study abroad program, and this is my way of cataloging my journey. "
The Onewheel is a self-balancing, single-wheeled electric skateboard that "gives you the feeling of flying". The deck can go as fast as 12 MPH, thank its 48V lithium battery you should be able to keep going for between four and six miles depending on the terrain. The Onewheel has already hit its Kickstarter target and sold out at the early $1,200 price.