Artist Transforms Ordinary Bananas Into Whimsical Works Of Art

Gaphic designer Stephan Brusche (aka iSteef) continues his journey to transform bananas into art. These Fruitdoodles, as the Dutch artist has dubbed them, are one part sculpture, one part drawing, and one part pure imagination. Brusche is able to see unlimited possibilities with his edible canvas, though his work mainly focuses on animals, pop culture, and Biblical stories.

More info: Stephan Brusche, Facebook, Instagram, Society6 (h/t: mymodernmet)

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