I’m not crazy about sushi. I’ll eat it if I’m out with friends and they really want it, but you’ll never hear me say, “Hey, let’s get some sushi.” I realize that, in many people’s minds, that make me a total Neanderthal: contemporary standards of middle-class sophistication mean not only craving this Japanese specialty food, but declaring how much you looovvve it (I think you have to say it just that way).
Stereotypes be damned: I love me some sushi. Before you can even finish asking me what my favorite kind of cuisine is, I’m not only already answering “sushi,” but most likely on my way to the nearest sushi restaurant. I’m a fan of all things sushi and its accessories, which is why I really like these hybrid chopsticks designed by Aïssa Logerot.
We may never be fortunate–or decadent–enough to have the opportunity to eat sushi off of nubile, naked body; but at least Hiroshi Tsunoda’s Bodylicious gives us a chance to pretend that we are, in fact, that cool. The set of three ceramic trays join together to create the form of a nude body, one perfectly…