China: Carved and Painted Ivory Apple, 1960sPosted: December 23, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Asia, China | Tags: Apple, Carving, Fruit, Ivory, Sculpture 1 Comment
Concrete Fruit: Photo by Stefano Cerio, BeijingPosted: September 4, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, China, Entertainment, Mediasphere | Tags: Beijing, Fruit, Photography, Sculpture, tephano Cerio, The Wall Street Journal Leave a comment
Beijing. This colorful sculpture, in an area known for fruit production, is made out of concrete. The pieces of fruit are up to 14 feet wide. Stephano Cerio…(see more)
Source: ‘Stefano Cerio: Chinese Fun’ – WSJ
[PHOTO] Tiny BananaPosted: January 29, 2015 Filed under: Art & Culture, Entertainment, Humor | Tags: Banana, Fruit, Photography 1 Comment
Keep Cool with a PopsiclePosted: July 2, 2014 Filed under: Art & Culture, Entertainment | Tags: Arts and Entertainment, Coconut, Florida, Fruit, Hip Hop, Ice pop, Independence Day, Popsicle Leave a comment
One of my Tumblr faves, Roger Wilkerson, The Suburban Legend!, has a timely archive of popsicle-themed images, various summertime delights, and nostalgic Americana. Enjoy a few selections here, then hop over to check out more here.
American Folk Art: Artist Barry ‘Wildman’ Snyder’s Produce Sticker ObsessionPosted: May 13, 2014 Filed under: Art & Culture, Mediasphere | Tags: Art, Erie Colorado, Folk Art, Fruit, Grocery store, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Produce, Sticker, Studebaker 1 Comment
For Modern Farmer, Sam BraschAt 60, Barry “Wildman” Snyder can’t eat his way to all the stickers he needs for his art work. The late-night trips to the grocery store for plum labels are stories from his days as a younger man.
Now, he prefers dry fruit. Fans mail the stickers from their fresh veggies to him on pieces of wax paper. The sheets lay on his lap in the morning when he fills the outline of a Frank Zappa album cover imitation or, most recently, an old Studebaker truck.
Since picking up the hobby as a high schooler in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, he has noticed a few changes in the little pieces of paper or plastic stuck to fruits and vegetables. The adhesives on the back of each sticker vary, so he adds a touch of Elmer’s before adding each on to his collage. He also isn’t quite sure what to do as identification numbers and bar codes make up more and more of each sticker, crowding out some of his needed colors.
Ingenious Fruit Design: Pentagon Oranges, From Japan, Bred to Never Roll AwayPosted: February 1, 2014 Filed under: Food & Drink, Humor, Japan | Tags: Citrus, design, Ehime Prefecture, Fruit, Heart (symbol), Iyokan, Japan, Japanese citrus, orange, Pentagon 2 Comments
ALERT THE NSA: SUSPICIOUS MILITARY-INSPIRED DESIGN RAISES THREAT LEVEL FROM JAPANESE FRUIT-TERROR CAMPAIGN’S SECRET CITRUS-ENGINEERING HEADQUARTERS
From creepy pears in the shape of a baby to heart-shaped and watermelons, Japan has the market cornered on unusually shaped fruit. Now we’ve come across a five-sided orange produced in Ehime Prefecture.