Some fruits are lovely to eat but what if we need to put good art on it Artist Clive Cooper of Sparksfly Design saw beauty in the rinds and got to work carving sculptures out of the fruit before digging in. “As watermelons are usually beautifully carved food and catering type displays, I thought it might be interesting to try sculpting my watermelons in a more ‘pumpkin-oriented’ style,” Cooper said. He took the traditionally more ghoulish figures used on pumpkins and applied them to the sweet watermelon for a unique combination…. Continue reading
Reasons why plants may be unusual and odd-shaped lot. For example, the deformation in the early stages of growth or artificially modified form. But in this post, all vegetables and fruits by the nature are these strange …
So you think that carrot is all the same? Reddish-orange vegetables rich in carotene? Well, you’ll be surprised. Looks like some carrots do not know that they are plant, and imagined themselves intergalactic rescuers. No, it’s not nonsense,they are really funny and actual want existence in different shape fruits and vegetables, sometimes, I want to be someone else. Continue reading
Fruits are best to eat for your health but if your fruits will come in the shape in which you want to wat,What about a doll shape apple?
I know what you are thinking am i gone mad? nope Check this out- Pears that look like chubby little Buddha-like babies have been spotted for sale in Chinese supermarkets, marketed as “happy/joyful doll pears.” To create these pear dolls, the fruit is molded into its humanoid shape during the growth process on the tree itself. Daily Mail reported last year that an entrepreneurial farmer named Hao Xianzhang has been developing the process for several years and hopes to sell them in the United Kingdom. Continue reading
The practice has actually been traced as far back as twelth-century Arabic sources, enjoying a heyday in the Paris markets of the nineteenth century, but most recently it was seen on a mass-produced scale in Japan, where they’re often marked with the symbol for good health. Check out and next time you can also find these….
The miniature folk art of fruit pit carving has been practiced in China for centuries, and is still praised for turning useless fruit stones into valuable works of art. Nut carving which refers to both fruit pit and walnut carving, became popular during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), and by the time of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) it had become one of the most appreciated art forms in mainland China, with royalty and high-ranking officials considering it fashionable to wear carved fruit pit accessories. Even today, intricate nut sculptures like those which made in Suzhou, Yangzhou, Weifang in Shandong and Guangdong Province are famous for their level of detail and unique characteristics. have a look… Continue reading
38-year-old Estonian artist Haikko Leis has created a series of landscapes not of this world, which he called “Hereafter.” And he used to create these amazing scenery – only on rotten fruit and vegetables. its little weird but interesting and unique… Continue reading