CARVINGS FROM JAPAN
Here’s another artist who never listened to his mom when she told him not to play with his food.
Gaku, the talented mind and hands behind these incredible creations, practices a traditional Japanese art form of fruit and vegetable carving, Mukimono. The word translates literally to “stripped product”, and is named for the intricate patterns and designs inscribed on these delicious canvases.
Clancy's comment: Very clever, and I'm sure these would be appreciated by kids if they found them on a plate. Thank you, Gaku.
Guess its not that much different from pumpkin carving.
I guess so.Delete
Incredible edible artwork! You'd want to look at it rather than eat it! Thanks for sharing, Clancy.ReplyDelete
I agree. Thanks, Chris.Delete