Jazz Up Your Fridge With Mini Burger And Thali Magnets From Sueno Souvenir

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The Bengali thali, Kerala special Onam sadhya, crispy dosas and even spice-laden biryanis find their way into Sueno Souvenir’s realistic and delicious looking fridge magnets.

Magnetic Attraction

Admire Sueno Souvenir’s array of miniature dishes all you want, but don’t make the mistake of biting into any of them. They’re all made of clay, tragically. For Shilpa Mitha, the Chennai-based artist who helms the online venture, it started off as a hobby back in 2011 when she decided to make a pair of burger earrings for herself.

Encouraged by friends’ responses, she went on to create tiny cakes and other dishes, all with air-dry clay and paint. And, that’s what eventually led her to quit her job in sound engineering, and focus on her new-found passion for the craft.

Mini Meals

Specialising in fridge magnets shaped like miniature dishes {just as big as a coin}, mostly from Indian cuisine, Sueno Souvenir’s products include everything from an elaborate Bengali thali and a Kerala-style sadhya to idlis and dosas. While she takes as less as 60 minutes to make some magnets, the process can sometimes take up to five days, especially when there’s rice involved! She makes each grain separately, you see.

Tiny Bites

Driven by her love for food, Shilpa does enough research to keep her art as real as possible, replicating the smallest of details. While she loves making the fish fry, biryani and Chicken 65 magnets, her customers seem to be ardent fans of the mini dosas, and we aren’t surprised. With golden brown rings and slight glaze, it’s already making us drool.

We also spotted magnets of puri bhaji, filter coffee, and even an upside down pineapple cake among her artistic creations.

Where: Write to sueno.souvenir@gmail.com to place an order

Price: Starting at INR 400

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Absolute bookworm, self-confessed chocoholic and daydreamer, Roshni enjoys bingeing on movies when she isn't lost in a novel or indulging her sweet tooth. Relatively new to the city, she loves its quirks and chaos just as much as its fun side.