9 Fruit and Veggie Sculptures You Have to See to Believe
Dia de los Muertos Skull
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.
Carved from a watermelon, this eyeball is incredibly—and eerily—realistic.
This life-like peaceful pumpkin head looks totally at home in his gourd.
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A hubbard squash and head of broccoli come together to create a scarily accurate representation of the late famous artist.
Even your favorite green fruits can get in on the fun.
"Boris" was sculpted out of a 300-pound Cozzolino Atlantic giant pumpkin at Pastorino Farms in Half Moon Bay, CA.
This skewered pumpkin head was created for the White House Halloween event in October 2011.
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.
Who knew a watermelon would make the ideal canvas for a Santa sculpture?
To learn more about The Invisible Underground, please visit their website.