A Display of 8000 Paper Sculptures Made from Chopstick Sleeves

December 2017

Fun & Inspiration

The Japanese appreciation for the intricate always amazes me. This is just incredible.

Yuki Tatsumi was working as a waiter in a restaurant when one day he noticed that a customer had intricately folded up the paper chopstick sleeve and left it behind. Japan doesn’t have a culture of tipping but Tatsumi imagined that this was a discreet, subconscious method of showing appreciation.
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