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Boston Pumpkin Carver Predicts World Series Win

  Professional pumpkin carver Sean Fitzpatrick has carved thousands of pumpkins for clients all over the globe. Perhaps his favorite carving of all, are the ones that bring luck to the home team. You see, Sean has successfully predicted a Red Sox World Series win with his special pumpkins not just once but twice. Fingers […]

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Pumpkin carving for branding and marketing

Summer is winding down, the kids are heading back to school, and your boss wants fresh new ideas for the fall marketing campaign. Perhaps it’s that new grocery store opening that has to be special, but not over the top. Maybe its a fundraiser or even a special client looking for something that screams fall. […]

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What’s up Doc, Carrot Sculpture

Yup, the title says it all! I’ll leave it at that and let you check out my recent experiment in carrot sculpture. By far it has been the most stable ephemeral medium to date. If you are looking for an inexpensive carving medium to hone your carving skills then this is the medium for you. […]

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Bad berries Strawberry carving

Occasionally, I get carried away when it comes to carving new forms of ephemeral art. This day was no exception. I still have no idea if there will ever be a demand for this type of art but I said the same thing 20 years ago when I started sculpting with snow. So here it is, my first […]

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Osama Bin Ladin burial at sea… sort of.

Any one familiar with this series of banana sculptures knows very well that things don’t end well for  OBannna Bin Ladin. After a violent and I imagine quite painful demise, I predict that his final resting place will involve water and a long journey to the sewer treatment plant! On a more serious point, I would like to […]

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Banana carving / Are you looking at me?

  Aliens are real and they are hiding in my fruit, specifically my bananas. Ok, maybe that’s not true but boy are they fun to carve. This is the next in my series of quick carves.  I  never spend more than five to ten minutes on any particular banana carving.  The main reason is that it is a very […]

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Watermelon carving | Flower

You may be familiar with pumpkin carving, but have you ever heard of watermelon carving? The art of ornate fruit carving has been featured on Martha Stewart, Youtube and even the  Food Network.   Unlike pumpkins, small personal watermelons are available in most grocery stores year round. If you like carving pumpkins and are looking for some practice or […]

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Banana Sculpting The Easter Bunana

Happy Easter everybody! I just wanted to share the tale of the Easter Bunana with you all. I hope you enjoy!     Share on Facebook

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