Not many people would look at a watermelon and decide they can carve it into a work of art, and that's why artist Dimitri Tsykalov stands apart from the crowd. His intricate designs and sculptures are both detailed and awe-inspiring.
Using a watermelon, an apple and a cabbage roll, Tsykalov carves each into perfect skulls. Be sure to check out the gallery for a better view of these morbid sculptures by Dimitri Tsykalov.
Implications - The use of dark and morbid imagery continues to be favored by many artists who use this aesthetic to create products that are both eye-catching and imaginative. Companies should consider using this particular imagery for their products or ad campaigns to draw in a larger and more alternative consumer market.
Morbid Melon Sculptures
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