Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Food Carvings So Intricate It Would Be A Crime To Eat Them.

A radish carved into a flower.

Most people use clay to sculpt their structures, this guy uses vegetables. Now that's an impressive sculptor.

Another version of the traditional Japanese asanoha floral pattern carved into a carrot.

Seriously, who can eat something that looks like literal art?

A banana carved into what looks like scales.

Perhaps scales of a fish or a dragon? Either way, it looks like each scale was tediously carved.

The asanoha floral pattern carved into an apple.

Most people can barely draw this, let alone carving it into a fruit!

A falcon carved onto an apple.

The design is carved so well that even when the apple is cut up into slices, the design is still readable.

Page 2 of 3