The charming cartoon by the Texan artist exhibits a household go to to the revolving Kura sushi bar in Houston
Christopher Tupa’s self-portrait.
Earlier this week, we received a rather unexpected reward in our email. Christopher Tupa is an artist from Edna, Texas. In his watercolors and drawings, Tupa shows happy pieces of pop culture and his family life, such as her road trip from Texas to California and a visit to Disney World. He’s also a writer and blogged his family road trip along historic Route 66. One of his quirkiest creations is his painting book, which depicts each of the dozen small toys he has received from vending machines over the years.
Sometimes he also illustrates his family’s restaurant visits – and we were absolutely thrilled when he shared his works of art that contributed to their adventures. represent Revolving sushi bar Kura. All of the fun details of his Midtown Houston visit are here: the conveyor belt delivery, the order screen, and the irresistible urge to order dishes in increments of 15 to activate the whimsical animations and toy drops.
We hope to get more of Tupa’s visualizations of his dining out in the greater Houston area, and you can help keep the art going by supporting Houston Food Finder through Patreon or donating reward items to our readers for their support. (Email us to inquire about this option.) You can also support Tupa’s work directly by visiting his online store, contributing to his blog through PayPal, or visiting his Amazon author page.
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