Cars, trucks, sushi?

PARAMODEL is the creatively curious Japanese duo, Yasuhiko Hayashi and Yusuke Nakano, who share the same parallel vision: constructing intricate models of ‘paradise’ using toy parts such as plastic train tracks and mini-cars.

In the Tommy Sushi series, they took an imaginative leap, resulting in these neat, meticulously designed plastic sushi food models which seamlessly fit onto toy truck loading platforms. It really puts a new spin on the meaning of sushi trains.

Topics:  design lost at e minor offbeat sushi

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Rhonda McLucas going coast to coast across the UK for a cure

ROCKY ROAD: Gatton Real Estate principal Rhonda McLucas undertook the West Highland Way walk in 2017.

Rhonda McLucas is taking on the Coast to Coast Walk for a cause.

Awarded for passion

DEDICATION RECOGNISED: Lockyer District State High teacher Belinda Try, centre, holds her Certificate of Commendation that she was presented at a ceremony in Brisbane.

Teacher's passion and leadership recognised

Fifth-generation Brimblecombe takes over the family farm

RUNNING THE SHOW: Forest Hill farmer Mitch Brimblecombe inspects a newly planted crop.

Forest Hill farmer Mitch Brimblecombe is running the family farm.

Local Partners