Intricate Fruit & Vegetable Carvings by Japanese Artist Gaku


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This type of food carving is popular in fancy restaurants in China and Japan but Gaku takes it to another level. The lattice patterns he carves on broccoli, apples, carrots etc. using a tool similar to an x-acto knife are inspired by traditional Japanese motifs and you have to have a steady hand to do this type of work. Then again, if you make a mistake, you can always eat the food item. One constraint of doing this type of carving is you have to work fast as a fruit or vegetable starts to oxidize once the peel is removed.

h/t:  Faith is Torment

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  1. Remarkable. And so zen.

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    1. Yes thank you mitchteemley, we like these works also! It’s exciting. Come with us and you will see other articles on different topics, just as amazing!
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    1. Hi hitandrun1964
      We love craft! Follow us and follow our art site and you will always be surprised.
      Thank you for loving these artists and getting to know more about contemporary art.
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    1. Everything we can find interesting, is there for you… susiesopinions: and it must be conveyed. Stay with us, you see for yourself. Beautifull or bizarre but always captivating.
      Enjoy

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  2. Talk about making and finding art in unexpected places!

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    1. Yes, Leslie. Art has no limits! I know how long I’ve been watching artists, I’m always so eerie and intrigued. An art of infinite love for me! That will never bother me. Something futile, but so precious at the same time, in our world.
      Enjoy!

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  3. Amazing and so artistic.

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