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Food Model Opts For Octopus Modeling And Poses With Large Tentacles

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Food Model Opts For Octopus Modeling And Poses With Large Tentacles
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Fashion models work hard to earn a big name in the industry at any cost. Models need to adjust with every kinda prop or dress provided to them. Recently, a different kinda modeling known as octopus modeling has grabbed the attention of internet.    

Octopus modeling is readily carried out by food models/bloggers because of their craze for this unique creature. Namada is a Japanese food model who posed for a series of pictures with a giant octopus. The strange photos were clicked by the photographer Kazan Yamamoto. Have a look!

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'Octopus modeling' is something which is extremely rare.

'Octopus modeling' is something which is extremely rare.

Namada is a Japanese food blogger who posed with the large octopus. 

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She opted for octopus modeling because of her craving for tentacles.

She opted for octopus modeling because of her craving for tentacles.

Sounds weird!

Namada posed with a 39-pound live octopus happily. 

Namada posed with a 39-pound live octopus happily. 

The giant octopus was wrapped all over her body during photoshoot.

Her shoot experience was tiresome.

Her shoot experience was tiresome.

She explained, "It was really difficult because it was so heavy!" 

Photographer Kazan Yamamoto said that they faced several challenges during the shoot. 

Photographer Kazan Yamamoto said that they faced several challenges during the shoot. 

He stated, "Because it was alive, it would move around, and because it was slippery, it was really hard to grab ahold of. It was really hard to think of the composition while shooting photos." 

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Very slippery.

Very slippery.

While shooting, photographer was unable to get hold of her and thus the shoot took longer than expected time-period. 

These photos were kept on display at an art gallery in Tokyo. 

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But the octopus was unable to attend the event.

Can you guess the reason?

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Well, the octopus was eaten after the shoot. 

Namada and Yamamoto boiled the octopus to transform it into a hat. 

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They ate the poor octopus after this last click. This is the harsh reality of octopus modeling.

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