Four artists (a watch maker, a chef, a surgeon and a diorama artist) collaborated to create the world’s smallest bento that fits inside a wrist watch.
I watched in awe the video on how an entire bento was made to fit inside a watch so that a man can eat his lunch on the go.
It is actually an advertising campaign by Takii, a Japanese agriculture company focused on making high-quality seeds for nutritious fruits and vegetables.
The message is simple. The Takii Phyto Rich vegetables are so packed with nutrients that all you need is can be packed into a wrist watch!
Not only is it innovative, it communicates the message clearly. It is so interesting that everyone wants to share it and talk about it!
That’s how great content is! Watch both the “making of” and the video on the world’s smallest bento in a wrist watch:
As I look at the Bento Watch, I am reminded of how many amazing elements can fit into a watch and how cleverly each element was selected to fit in. That is how much we too can cram into our infinite brain.
Take only those elements that give you the nutrients and that’s all you need – love, compassion, creativity, courage, etc. Let go of anything else that does not give you nutrition – stress, ego, fear, excessive logic, etc.
If we all had a beautiful mind in a watch, what would we want to put in there?