German artist, entertainer and self-described “nonsense maker” Peter Pink has created a series of unusual and hilarious sculptures using sunglasses-wearing potatoes and cucumbers.
The Harroage Autumn Flower Show is one of the Britain’s most prestigious gardening show. Many gardeners, landscapers and horticulturists are given a chance to celebrate this year’s success and look forward to the new growing season. The show featured the battle of the giants where gardeners from across Britain show off colossal vegetable and flower crops in hopes of earning a coveted award from the judges.
Weightlifter Jonathan Walker prepares to lift a marrow weighing 119lbs 12oz (54.3kg) above his head.
Mr Warner said his new pieces were aimed at encouraging healthier eating among younger children. “I use my work as a vehicle to get kids to think about what they are eating,” he said. “Kids will look at a pile of chips and tomato sauce and go ‘yummy yummy’. But show them a pile of asparagus and they will go ‘eurgh, yucky green food’.
Klaus Enrique Gerdes, a New York City photographer, has created a series of original portraits made exclusively from vegetables, fruits and flowers. At first glance these portraits look familiar if you have ever seen Giuseppe Arcimboldo‘s work before, who was an Italian painter best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of such objects as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish, and books. Unlike Giuseepe, Klaus Enrique Gerdes first created the original portraits with vegetables, fruits and flower and then shot them.
Remember those X-Rooted carrots looks like male and female’s lower body parts? Now here is another human-shaped plant root recently found in China.
A man shows off a knotweed root in the shape of a person on the streets of Xuchang in central China’s Henan Province. Kong Lingfa says he bought the root from a peasant while passing through the Shengnongjia Mountains.