Watch the World’s Tiniest Chef Make a Big Bowl of Bouillabaisse

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What does it take to make the perfect bowl of seafood stew? Some fresh mussels, a little dynamite and a two-inch chef. Artistic collective Skull Mapping used their 3D projection techniques to create this impressive piece in their “Le Petit Chef” series. The chef’s recipe some motoring around the high seas and a run-in with a giant squid, but we won’t spoil the ending for you.

Fortunately, even though the first batch of bouillabaisse was virtual, a full-sized chef prepared some actual stew for the viewers to eat.

If you want to try your hand at making your own bouillabaisse head over here. And to see more of Skull mapping’s cool work—some as small as a tabletop and some as big as a nine-story building—head over here.

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