Saxton Freymann Carves Fruits and Vegetables into Real-Life Things

 - Jan 30, 2011   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.

Implications - One of the most effective ways a company can engender goodwill from consumers is by creating products that provide them with the ability to alter the way the product looks or is enjoyed. By offering consumers this flexibility, the company establishes a more personal connection between their products and consumers.