Week's selection of art websites highlights a unique selection of weird and wonderful Japanese art trends and artworks.
Chindogu - or the art of inventing wonderful but "unuseless" gadgets for everyday life - is a Japanese phenomenon that has been popularized in the rest of the world.
The art of using costumes and accessories to dress up like your favorite manga, videogame, book or movie character.
Sushi or Death -
A website dedicated to the art of sushi. The traditional Japanese food is explored in all its artforms - from Issey Miyaki-Sushi made out of pleated fashion to a recreation of Vincent van Gogh's Sunflower paintings made using raw fish to very cute nori maki made in the shape of little pandas.
Japanese Garden Art -
Three-dimensional garden sculptures created with flowers, shrubs and plants.
Creative Bento Boxes -
These lunchboxes have used food placement to turn everyday foods into edible artworks.
Stereoscopic nail art -
Japanese beauticians have turned into artists, creating three-dimensional artworks on the tips of their client's fingers.
Samurai Star Wars STEVE BIALIK -
Cartoonist Steve Bialik recreated Star Wars characters using influences from traditional Japanese art.