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The Art of Fruit & Vegetable Carving - Saxton Freymann / Meyve & Sebze Oyma Sanatı - Saxton Freymann



Saxton Freymann is a New York artist who creates emotional animals completely out of produce. His art career began in painting, until 1997 when he paired up with publisher Joost Elfers. Freymann supplied Joost's need for "someone who could carve food beyond the rose radish table garnish". Freymann tried carving animals and discovered his new talent. By using an exacto knife, he turns bananas into octopi, a pear into a bear, or oranges expressing a variety of moods. He uses peppercorns or black-eyed peas for eyes, and beet juice or kernal corn for teeth. His inspiration comes from the produce aisle. He claims each vegetable or fruit already has its own personality.



Saxton Freymann'ın yiyecekleri yeniden şekillendirme girişimi, o kadar ilginç neticeler ortaya çıkartmış ki, görenleri adeta hayrete düşürmektedir. Aslında çocuk kitabı yazarı olan Freymann, tüm yeteneğini x-acto modeli özel bir bıçak yardımıyla gerçekleştirmekte, malzemesi de günlük hayatta sürekli karşılaştığımız sebze, meyve ve diğer yiyecekler.
İşte, Saxton Freymann'ın sebze ve meyve oymacılığının farkında sıradışı yiyecek oymacılığından yaratıcı örnekleri...






Some culinary trend watchers say the current appetite for whimsical produce art may have started with Saxton Freymann’s work in the 1997 book, “Play with Your Food.” His brussels sprouts pigs, broccoli poodles and bok choy fish have been featured on greeting cards, calendars and in several subsequent books.





About Saxton Freymann




Saxton Freymann is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Saxton Freymann is the creator of  spectacular children’s books featuring his fabulous food sculptures...





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