Saxton Freymann Carves Fruits and Vegetables into Real-Life Things

By: Peter Vallas - Published:   Updated: Jul 4 2011 • References: arthuralevinebooks & lostateminor
Saxton Freymann is a New York-based artist who has published his playful creations in several children's books. He creates animal and humanlike features on a variety of fruits and vegetables.

Saxton Freymann has a vivid imagination and really shows this in his fun creations. His books contain several vegetable creations that children would love to see. View the gallery for a short glimpse of some of his work.

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