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9 Fruit and Veggie Sculptures You Have to See to Believe

Dia de los Muertos Skull

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The Invisible Underground, a studio based in the San Francisco Bay Area, creates these mind-bending sculptures out of various gourds, squashes, and fruits. This spooky pumpkin skull honors El Dia de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1.

Eyeball

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Carved from a watermelon, this eyeball is incredibly—and eerily—realistic. 

Peaceful Pumpkin

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This life-like peaceful pumpkin head looks totally at home in his gourd. 

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Georgia O'Keeffe

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A hubbard squash and head of broccoli come together to create a scarily accurate representation of the late famous artist. 

Avocado

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Even your favorite green fruits can get in on the fun. 

Photo: The Invisible Underground

Boris

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"Boris" was sculpted out of a 300-pound Cozzolino Atlantic giant pumpkin at Pastorino Farms in Half Moon Bay, CA.

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Photo: The Invisible Underground

Skewered Pumpkin

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This skewered pumpkin head was created for the White House Halloween event in October 2011. 

 

Turkey Pumpkin

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The fun doesn't have to end at Halloween. We're sure this turkey carving would make an attention-grabbing addition to any Thanksgiving table. 

St. Nickomelon

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Who knew a watermelon would make the ideal canvas for a Santa sculpture? 

To learn more about The Invisible Underground, please visit their website

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