Hey - the authors/illustrators of the books referred to above are Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann - there are tons of books, including Fast Food, How Are You Peeling?, and Dog Food. Amazon has a bunch of them. They’re kinda friggin amazing.
You have some really cool things here and the rest of your blog! I blogged about you too, at Maria Finds.
Hey peeps, if you have interesting blogs you want me to write about, just let me know, I am starting a “Blogs I Like” category to bring exposure to “less” established but very interesting blogs nonetheless.
I was a vegetarian, but now I’ll never be able to eat vegetables again. (Can’t eat anything with a face, don’t you know.) Being doomed to starve to death this may be my last post…ever. Farewell cruel world.
PLEASE SEND ME YOUR FAVORITE VEGETABLESCARVING PHOTOES OF ALL VEGETABLES ON MY MAIL.
Comment by S SIRAJ AHMED — April 29, 2007 @ 1:17 am
i need to know if i can have permission to use these images within the next 2 weeks or else i will go to another site, i hate to rush the response but i have a deadline to meet and i urgently need the answer, although these are my favourite images so far i will have to revert soon,
These look awfully familiar. I know people have mentioned the “Play With Your Food” books, but the frog image above has holes in it, like it is from a calendar. Don’t claim ownership of images you haven’t produced.
I was searching for some simple veg carving photos as the same is required by me for doint vegetable carving. i found this site while searching. They r really good. Looking out for some more simple pictures like these for vegetable carving. It would be of great help to me if u send me some more pictures like that to my email id.
This is just the most amazing way of working with veggies (instead of eating!)
We have been looking for something like this for a class project and have tried some of these veggies out. Not even half as good looking as the originals, but still a bunch of fun!