If Chinese artist Hikaru Cho lived in your kitchen, it would be a lot easier to eat your vegetables. In her series “It’s Not What It Seems,” Cho creatively applies acrylic paint to various foodstuffs, disguising them as other edible items. Cho’s masterful precision enables her to vividly create realistic representations of familiar produce—for example, cucumbers, clementines, and eggplants—from wholly different food items. The contouring and shadowing on each piece is so remarkably accurate they’d probably fool the likes of an Iron Chef.

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