Check Out this 12-Foot High Cascading Ramen Sculpture By Artist Seung Yul Oh

The New Zealand-based artist creates impressive, mind-bending sculptures of Ra-Myun.

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New Zealand-based artist Seng Yul Oh creates impressive, mind-bending sculptures of Ra-Myun, the Korean breed of ramen, as well as a variety of other Korean noodle dishes like jjam bbong and jab che.

Seng Yul Oh hovers phantom chopsticks 12 feet above the bowls, which suspend the noodles in long, tantalizing trails. The bowls of noodles, broth, egg yolk, and mussels—among other hyper-realistic ingredients—were created from epoxy resin, silicone, steel, and aluminum.

If you look at these pictures and are left fiending for Ra-Myun, you can order a bowl of the Korean ramen at Hanjan in NYC every night after 10pm.

All photos courtesy of One and J. Gallery.

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[via Design Boom]

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