Artist carves fruit and vegetable skulls!

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  1. Steely Dan

    Steely Dan Former Member

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    The cabbage patch skull: Artist turns heads with his horrific vegetable sculptures
    By Daily Mail Reporter
    Last updated at 12:15 PM on 3rd October 2011

    These skull-ful creations are turning heads across the globe.

    Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov uses an axe, saw and electrical drill to carve human skulls out of fresh fruit and vegetables.

    The 48-year-old then uses a scalpel, pincers and cotton wool pads to add and smooth remarkable detail with 'surgical precision'....

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...es-shaped-like-human-heads.html#ixzz1bCJIyTVJ

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    sreshowtime Active Member

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    Kids - eat your veggies before they eat you.
     
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    Cubby fly the W!

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    My son loved this! He wanted to eat the watermelon skull.

    He also wanted the artist to do a tiny skull with a brussel sprout.

    Neat talent!
     
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    Love the watermelon. This reminds me of those appleheads that people used to make in the '70's.

    Heh, looks like Martha Stewart still likes them, but the ones I used to see were cute, not scary:

    http://www.marthastewart.com/268080/shrunken-apple-heads

    Anyone ever arrange all the fresh produce in the fridge around Halloween time to look like a small body? :crazy:
     

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