David Sim
  • Watermelon carving is a traditional Japanese art form known as Mukimono. Here are a few amazing sculptures made with nothing more than watermelons. Here is a beautiful, albeit rather traditional, watermelon carving to provide a context for what Mukimono designs tend to look like. Image courtesy of <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/victoriapeckham/170389703/in/photostream/"target="external">David Sim</a>.
    David Sim
  • A watermelon carving of a snake is seen taken by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/33037982@N04/6888330127/"target="external">Leonora Enking </a>.
    Leonora Enking
  • Watermelon man is seen in this image taken by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/quinnanya/2903441483/"target="external">Quinn Dombrowski</a>.
    Quinn Dombrowski
  • <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattsh/8135820618/ "target="external">Matt Shalvatis</a> spotted this watermelon, which was carved as part of a Halloween festival.
    Matt Shalvatis
  • A Comic-Con themed watermelon carving is seen in this image taken by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/ucffool/8951561458/"target="external">M A Lurig</a>.
    M A Lurig
  • A Indian chief watermelon carving is seen in this image taken by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattsh/5125398752/in/photolist-bkvBQx-9Vudnz-4ZM8WR-8NoPgH-8NFLXE-8Nbuas-ak1ATb-5uGQ2K-8NV1u1-8MQc8a-7bRGRT-2XvRU-bLjXoH-bxqfXh-bKbUZZ-G1HjB-8QgM5y"target="external">Matt Shalvatis</a>.
    Matt Shalvatis
  • A watermelon sculpture placed on the street for display is seen in this image taken by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/clankennedy/2622917345/in/photolist-bkvBQx-9Vudnz-4ZM8WR-8NoPgH-8NFLXE-8Nbuas-ak1ATb-5uGQ2K-8NV1u1-8MQc8a-7bRGRT-2XvRU-bLjXoH-bxqfXh-bKbUZZ-G1HjB-8QgM5y"target="external">Ian Kennedy</a>.
    Ian Kennedy
  • A seaman is seen in the image taken by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/queen_of_subtle/452798843/in/photolist-bkvBQx-9Vudnz-4ZM8WR-8NoPgH-8NFLXE-8Nbuas-ak1ATb-5uGQ2K-8NV1u1-8MQc8a-7bRGRT-2XvRU-bLjXoH-bxqfXh-bKbUZZ-G1HjB-8QgM5y"external">Jenni Konrad</a>.
    Jenni Konrad
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