Posts Tagged ‘pumpkin’

Pumpkin-Loving Porcupine (Video)

Pumpkin-Loving Porcupine (Video)

Teddy Bear the Talking Porcupine enjoys eating his mini pumpkin.

Playable Tetris Pumpkin (Video)

Playable Tetris Pumpkin (Video)

Introducing Pumpktris, a fully playable Tetris pumpkin, also known as the best geekiest pumpkin of Halloween 2012.

Ray Villafane Zombie Pumpkins at NYBG (Picture Gallery + Video)

Ray Villafane Zombie Pumpkins at NYBG (Picture Gallery + Video)

Artist Ray Villafane and his team carved these amazing zombie pumpkins at the New York Botanical Garden as part of the Haunted Pumpkin Garden exhibit for Halloween. One of the pumpkins they used weighed more than 1800 pounds!

Red Panda vs Pumpkin (Video)

Red Panda vs Pumpkin (Video)

A red panda plays with a pumpkin in the snow at the Maruyama Zoo in Sapporo, Japan.

Teddy Bear the Porcupine Eating a Pumpkin (Video)

Teddy Bear the Porcupine Eating a Pumpkin (Video)

Teddy Bear, the ‘talking’ porcupine, eats a pumpkin. Cuteness overload.

Van Gogh’s Starry Night Pumpkin by MoMa (Photo)

Van Gogh’s Starry Night Pumpkin by MoMa (Photo)

Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night was carved into an amazing Halloween pumpkin by the MoMa (The Museum of Modern Art).

63 Mindblowing Halloween Pumpkin Carvings (Picture Gallery)

63 Mindblowing Halloween Pumpkin Carvings (Picture Gallery)

Halloween is near and you’ve probably seen some awesome pumpkin carvings already. Ray Villafane has been making rounds with his amazing zombie pumpkin sculpture, but there are more artists making mindblowing Jack O’ Lanterns. After a long and extensive search, here are some of the best examples of pumpkin carving art in the world: source [...]

World’s Largest Pumpkin Carving by Ray Villafane (Picture Gallery)

World’s Largest Pumpkin Carving by Ray Villafane (Picture Gallery)

Two of the world’s largest pumpkins were used by the carving master Ray Villafane to make an awesome pumpkin sculpture with zombies crawling out of it. Villafane is carving more pumpkins like this at the New York Botanical Garden and they’ll all be displayed through Halloween.