Did you take a second look? Did you feel like your eyes deceived you? Well, you're right.
That plate of nasi lemak and bowl of cendol aren’t real, it’s made out of Play-Doh
Play-Doh Malaysia recently unveiled its Malaysian-inspired food sculptures in conjunction with Malaysia Day and World Play-Doh Day.
The life-like sculptures were made by Malaysian food artist, Michelle Lim, who is super-duper talented by the way (check out her Instagram: @foodmakesfun
) and Play-Doh’s first Doh-Bassador of Creativity, nine-year-old Eunice Foong Yin Tong who was selected via a contest.
With the guidance of Michelle, the pair sculpted a few dishes that are really close to Malaysians’ hearts – nasi lemak, satay, roti canai, dim sum
, and ice kacang
Not only did the nine-year-old get to make Play-Doh sculptures and become the Doh-Bassador, she also received a ton of Play-Doh goodies.
Well Eunice, if we were gifted a few boxes of Play-Doh we’d also be over the moon even though we’re triple your age.