Sculptures by Dimitri Tsykalov.
those fruit skulls are awesome!
creepy but cool
absolutely love that.
wow, fruit sculptures are becoming a frequent occurrence
and i do love them very much : D
That first image of the apple should be used for Snow White somehow, genius.
the fruits are cool, something new.
maybe can try on potato / ice / frozen meat / or anything that is hard and easy to craft.
keep doing ya ^^
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A strange variety of media and subject matter…
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Interesting mix of skulls and cars but very clever none the less. Fruit and veg crafting is an excellent art when done well – like the fine example above. Maybe you could craft a selection of skulls from one type of fruit/veg making loads of different characters like vinyl toys?
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The fruit skulls are so great. What a good idea!
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Love them, linked them: http://das-wilde-dutzend.de/2010/09/01/obst-zum-fruhstuck/
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But how is the apple not more brown?! As I’d imagine these took a while to craft. Did you treat it with something?
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Oh My God this is looking so Horror and Scary :O
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