But in the shape of your face? Would you like this?
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It might be the ultimate in personalized Valentine’s Day Gifts.
Chocolates that mirror your image. Mariya Kawae plans to give her lollipop look-a-like to her husband on February 14th.
– I didn’t think it would look so much like me. So I’m a bit surprised.
To make the sweet treat Mariya’s image was scanned at the KS Design Lab. Then, using a 3D printer a silicon mould of her face was created. Kana Yuasa helped her four-year-old daughter Hisoka fill a mould of her likeness with chocolaty goodness.
– I thought that people might find it somewhat odd. So I had her make them instead. I wanted her to give it to her dad, but apparently she’s going to give it to a friend.
In Japan, women traditionally give chocolates to men on February 14th. But in this case, it looks like Hisoka wants to keep her chocolatey image, all to herself.
Mirror – to be very similar to (something).
Treat – something that tastes good and that is not eaten often.
Mould – a container that is used to give its shape to something that is poured or pressed into it.
Odd – strange or unusual : different from what is normal or expected.