Fruit and Vegetable Art

By Village Mayor • Jul 17th, 2008 • Category: Art, Latest Post

History of fruit and vegetable art

"It originated from the floating lantern Festival (Loi Krathong Festival) of the Kingdom of Thailand

at Sukhothai dynasty 700 years ago.

The festival is the traditional event that they float lanterns on the river

and thank the soul of water at the full moon in December.

Decorating lanterns, Lady Nopphamat carved flowers, birds, swans, rabbits and other animals

on the fruits and vegetables.

Everyone was attracted, and then, it was transmitted throughout country.

Since then, it comes to be carved on the occasion of decorating of the palace dishes and entertaining visitors. "



You can carve a whole zoo from vegetables anf fruits!

You can even carve sexy things..

Nevertheless watermelon carving must be the most popular among this art and is worth another post, if you’re interested in seeing more pictures you might want to check :

Sources: | 1 | 2 | 3 |

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