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The World’s Largest Pumpkins Carved Into Zombies [PICS][VIDEO]


A few days ago I wrote a post featuring Ray Villafane‘s awesome 3D Pumpkin carvings. Apparently I wasn’t the only one to notice how awesome his carving skills are.

The New York Botanical Garden hired Mr. Villafane to carve up the world’s heaviest pumpkins into an awesome 3D Zombie art.

Ray used the “pale flesh Brant and Eleanor Bordsen’s 1,693 pound pumpkin for the zombies” and the world record-holding 1818.5 pound pumpkin from Kelsey and Jim Bryson was as the base.

Ray’s entire pumpkin carving process at The New York Botanical Garden event was captured in an awesome time lapse video.

Scooped via: The Laughing Squid
Photos via: Ivo M. Vermeulen

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