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the banana is but a canvas to our imagination

01/30/13 , , , , , , , , , ,

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“This world is but a canvas to our imagination.” – henry david thoreau

in today’s edition of “things that blew my mind,” we have photographer/artist jun gil park & his “banana art.”  park gives life to thoreau’s quote by creating intricate art on such a small, unsuspecting surface.  usually, the darker and more bruised a banana appears on the outside, the less appealing it becomes to me.  here however, park uses that same supposedly flawed element of the fruit to turn it into something beautiful.  click on the pics below for a closer look at the level of detail.  via thesmithian.

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Quite ingenious. Fantastic

David L Ferguson

01/31/13

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