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Giant Pumpkin Sculptures At The Great Jack’O Lantern Blaze

By • Oct 30th, 2013 • Category: Art, Latest Posts, Sculpting

Small, expertly carved pumpkins can be very impressive, but the folks at the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze Halloween celebration in New York went in a different direction by making impressively massive pumpkin arrangements. The event features more than 5,000 hand-carved pumpkins on their own or arranged in all kinds of impressive setups, including a massive skeletal triceratops and a terrifying human-spider skeleton hybrid. The epic Halloween celebration lasts for 25 days and features food, live music, art exhibitions and other live events.

Pumpktris: A Fully Playable Pumpkin Tetris

By • Oct 31st, 2012 • Category: Creative Products, Latest Posts

Nathan Pryor turned his pumpkin into a fully functioning Tetris game. So-called Pumpktris is rigged with 128 LEDs while its stem is used as a joy stick to control the falling figures.

More Amazing Pumpkin Carvings by Ray Villafane

By • Oct 29th, 2012 • Category: Art, Latest Posts, Sculpting

Last year we showed you some terrifyingly cool carved pumpkins by American sculptor Ray Villafane, and now he’s back with some new pumpkin faces! His pumpkin carving career started back at Michigan School called Bellaire where he used to be an art teacher. Once he was asked to help out with Halloween decorations at school, and given a pumpkin to carve. Ray saw it as any another piece of clay as opposed to a large vegetable and by using his common clay carving tools, created his first artistic pumpkin. The kids…

Creative Halloween Baby Announcement

By • Oct 26th, 2012 • Category: Picture of the Day

This is probably the coolest Halloween baby announcement ever! An unknown couple made a cute x-ray-like pumpkin carving that shows their little baby. It immediately went viral on reddit.

Amazing Pumpkin Carvings by Ray Villafane

By • Oct 27th, 2011 • Category: Art, Latest Posts, Sculpting

Ray Villafane’s relationship with pumpkins began rather early in his life. Born in a poor farming family, he found himself having to whittle his own toys out of wood as times were very hard for Pa’ Villafane. As things got worse he was forced to give up using wood to create his toys and eventually had to make them out of pumpkins as the precious wood was needed to heat the small farm house during the winter. Because his toys rotted away a week or so after making them, Ray found himself carving nonstop just to keep his toy box from spoiling.