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Posted on October 28, 2004 by Grant Skinner
To gear up for Hallowe’en, we here at gskinner.com had a little pumpkin carving contest, whilst munching on ghost festooned brownies (yum). The results are, uh, amateurish perhaps, but we had fun and thought we’d share the experience. We also couldn’t agree on a winner, so we thought we’d open it up to the public to pick one.
Here they are, and a snifty little voting tool we whipped together for the occasion. Feel free to drop some comments below, too…
The second contestant – Piet Mondrian Pumpkin. More original perhaps, but a little bit slanted (Grant says: you try putting square boxes on a round pumpkin). You can see the original painting by Mondrian here: Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow (1930)
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