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Jun Gil Park Illustrates Jazz Scenes by Oxidizing Peels

 - Aug 9, 2011
References: flickr & odditycentral
Everyone’s encountered over-ripe bananas that get all splotchy and disgusting, but Jun Gil Park utilizes the concept of oxidization and turns it on its head to create these magnificent jazz scene masterpieces.

Jun Gil Park makes these banana art pieces by taking a toothpick and scratching designs into its peel. Pressing down harder on the peel resulted in darker bruising, so following this simple principle, Jun Gil Park was able to establish his creative illustrations.

The bluesy scenes depicted on these bananas are enough to brighten anyone's day.

Implications - Artists are now utilizing unique canvases in order to differentiate their artwork from their peers'. Corporations may garner consumer attention by crafting products with textiles that are normally not associated with the actual product or service they provide.