During this time of the year, artworks are just overwhelming. There could be some who may believe that art has its limits but there would also be those who’d love to cross the borderline. The results of creativity all throughout the year has even gone better not to mention the Halloween! There’s so much to notice, so much to look forward to and so much to enjoy during his time of the year indeed. From costumes to even decorations such as Pumpkins. Pumpkin Carvings also known as the jack-o-lantern has been a proof of the wide array of coverage that art has gotten into. This type of art started during the British Isles and it has just been getting better and creepier!
Since Jack-o-Lanterns has already been a tradition, we take you to the world of Pumpkins and let you see these 30 Examples of Beaming Pumpkin Carvings and notice how creative the artists have been from a simple hobby up to big contests to flaunt their edge in this type of art. This may also be considered Food Art but as Halloween peeks, we look at Pumpkins as food and decoration at the same time…
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Dragon Pumpkin Carving
A dragon pumpkin carving as one of the artist’s hobbies.
Zobie Grave Pumpkin
The back part of the pumpkin has been cut for the light to be able to shide on its background.
Image: Mr. Cavin
This is the artist’s present for himself. A pumpkin carving that’s toboggan-hat themed.
The pumpkin carving is angler fish inspired since the artist has been freaked out by such kind of fish.
Image: RDPJ Cakes
Separate cuts of pumpkin have been used for the hands.
It was Edvard Much’s Scream that inspired the artist to make such a marvel as this.
An awesome photo of a jack-o-lantern.
This is the little rat pumpkin, an entry to the halloween carving contest.
The pattern for this Spider Pumpkin has been inspired from pumpkin carving booklets.
City Under Attack Pumpkin
This is a carving of a monster who’s trying to destroy the city.
Total carving time for the artwork lasted for 5 hours and the artist behind is Karyn.
Image: Frank C. Grace
The artist is Roger Williams Zoo.
A Haunted Scene
The pumpkin weighs 45lbs and it took the artist 4 hours to finish such masterpiece for the contest.
Hello Mr Jack
The pumpkin lantern has been perfect for the lighting of this Jack-O-Lantern.
This is another creepy entry for the Halloween Carving Contest.
One total expression of one’s artistic ways even with pumpkins.
4 Eyes Happy Lit
An addition to the magnificent style on this pumpkin carving is the ambient light used.
The name of the pumpkin carving is Mr. Faty being the fatest pumpkin that the artist had.
A pumpkin carving that has been designed a long time ago but took time in starting the artwork.
The pumpkin is Frankenstein from the Soul Eater.
This pumpkin carving has won a great deal in a contest.
Here goes a Nostalgia Pumpkin for the Halloween Carving Contest 2010.
Man in The Moon
Face carved on pumpkin has never been easy which makes it more worth viewing.
A Princess of Mars Pumpkin
Materials used to carve such a masterpiece using an X-acto knife and a couple of clay scuplture tools.
My Toothless Pumpkin
The artwork has been inspired by the movie “How to Train Your Dragon”.
Captain Jack Pumpkin Carving
It took the artist 7 hours to finish the pumpkin art.
A werewolf has been carved as part of something that’s traditional for the artist’s grandpa’s halloween decoration.
Lit Version of Quot Totoro Quot
The pumpkin art was a runner up winner in the pumpkin carving contest.
One of Us, One of Us!
The Pumpkin Carving has been inspired by one of the scenes of Freaks which is a 1932 classic film.
Forest Cottage Pumpkin
Some haunted place has been carved on a pumpkin with that freaky effect on it because of the light used.
There would always be something to create on things that won’t really seem to matter aside from the fact that you eat them. But there’s more if one being artist just have the passion for real Art. Enjoy the rest of the Halloween Fever!