Esculturas hechas con Bananos

¿A qué te dedicas? Bueno, “Soy Profesional de la Talla en Bananos”.

Si te responde alguien así, pues  tal vez estes enfrente del artista holandés Stephan Brusche.

Quien se dedica a crear obras maestras en bananos …

Utilizando la combinación adecuada de cuchillos, bolígrafo y pintura, Stephan modifica la cáscara del plátano, ya sea ilustrando directamente sobre ella, o despegándola para darle a banano un toque de  arte.

Ya no volveras a ver los bananos de la forma tradicional como lo venas haciendo!

Vea más obras maestras del  banano abajo en este artículo y claro en su cuenta de Instagram.

Sad banana #lasvegas

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Bananatomy • How are you feeling inside today? #haveaheart #happyfriday . . Swipe left for the making off!

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🐙 #throwbackthursday #fruitdoodle #octopus Shoutout to @octonation

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En palabras del artista:

“Yo dibujo sobre el banano con un bolígrafo regular, después de eso, cortó estratégicamente pedazos de la cáscara para darle una apariencia y sensación más en 3D. Para sostener pedazos de la cáscara para arriba utilizo palillos que pego detrás de la cáscara del banano. A veces también uso algo de pintura para darle más vida a mis esculturas.”

Cuando el banano ya está listo le toma un foto con su iPhone, agrega un filtro y lo sube a su cuenta de Instagram.

Sunday #recharge #fruitdoodle

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🐙🌎 World Domination 🍌🍈 #collab with @scuruchi when we met in #Rome #fruitdoodle

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🍌 Fishbone • This #fruitdoodle was actually one big fail at first. I had drawn a fish on the banana and it was just a mess. I did liked how the head of the fish turned out, so I went on to tried to sort of save save it from this mess. I removed the banana peel between the head and the end part, thus also removing the failed part. And by doing so it looked like I was skinning a fish. And that triggered the idea to somehow create the bones of the fish. So I started cutting away pieces of the banana to create the fish skeleton. And the result was a 1000 times cooler than it would have if I didn't messed up my original idea! And in the proces I discovered my very own unique style of #bananart. As a bonus this was the first piece of #fruitart of mine that was picked up by a major art account: @hifructosemag on @instagram. After that I used this new found method on all my new #fruitdoodles and six months my work went viral! The moral of the story I guess is; it's good to mess up sometimes so you are forced to use a different approach. #nevergiveup

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To answer the most asked question; yes, I do eat them afterwards. 😋 #fruitdoodle #giraffe

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