Fruit carving is a very common technique in Europe and Asian countries, and particularly popular in Thailand, China and Japan. While most professionally-carved fruit are for parties and special occasions, they’re usually meant to look pretty. Clive’s carvings, on the other hand, are more like jack-o-lanterns, resembling frightening, funny, and clever images. Which makes sense since he primarily deals with pumpkins.
The craftsmanship and creativity is extraordinary as Clive uses both the watermelon rind and flesh to produce incredibly striking sculptures. His skill is evident in his works, as you can make out plenty of details in each sculpture. Scroll down to view some of his works, or head on over to his website, Spark’s Fly Design, to view the rest.
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Daniel is an Art Director and Graphic Designer with over a decade of experience in advertising and marketing in the Greater Toronto Area.