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If you want a relief wood carving for your home or office, you can visit my store on Etsy, write to me and place an order. We will select a plot for the relief, discuss all the details. Continue reading »
One of the most exciting parts of Halloween is all the creepy decorations carved from a pumpkin that we are eager to make and show off. But for some people, Halloween is every day of the year. They say anything can be art, so Italian artist Valeriano Fatica chose food as his medium. In his talented hands, watermelons, pumpkins, potatoes, carrots, avocados, cheese, truffles, and even tiny coffee beans turn into incredibly detailed sculptures that look just too good to eat. Continue reading »
From a dying phone battery to the haunting student loans, these Halloween pumpkin carvings etch deep into the human existence. These jack-o’-lantern faces remind us of the uncomfortable parts of reality and will make you sleep with the light on during the spookiest night of the year. Continue reading »
Jason Stieva has been doing Gothic assemblage art for roughly two decades, but his most intricate and impressive creation has to be the Leviathan – Ark of Apocalypse, an 8 feet high, 7.5 feet long ghost ship populated by hundreds of strange creatures. Continue reading »
For the last 10 years, American artist Ra Paulette has been walking alone into New Mexico’s desert to work. He spends his time carving a sandstone cave that he found, turning it into a wonderful subterranean space full of light. Continue reading »
Chris Vierra, renowned pumpkin carver from Villafane Studios, creates a lifelike Tyrannosaurus Rex sculpture using pumpkins and squash at Field Station: Dinosaurs, a 20-acre outdoor Jurassic learning expedition and family tourist attraction in Secaucus, N.J. on Thursday, September 25, 2014. Continue reading »
Russian vegetable carver Anastasia Korsakova makes finishing touches on her work on September 5, 2011 during the first European carving competition in Leipzig, eastern Germany. The competition is taking place during the “Gaeste” trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business running until September 6, 2011. Within four hours, competitors have to carve in front of the jury’s eyes a piece from melons, papayas, stem cabbage, cucumbers, radish, carrots and Chinese cabbage. (JAN WOITAS/AFP/Getty Images) Continue reading »