The World's Smallest Sushi

What if we could find purpose in small things like humility and simplicity? This, and many other reflections, arise from an art project titled “The world’s Smallest Sushi” by Singapore-based creatives Dave Seah, Hwee Chong Chan and Jody Yeoh. In Western culture, the words “big” and “great” are associated with success, wealth and money. In Asian traditional culture, it is rice that is the standard of wealth rather than gold or money. A grain so humble and infinitesimal, yet, a mean of support for many.

Find out more about the project here.

via [Notcot]