“Arts in Apples”

Hi :) Thanks for those who reblogged and liked this photo. I never thought it would reached a thousand since I’m just new with tumblr, well I got lucky :) Well someone commented that the 3rd photo is not a real apple but a notebook, you see when I was collecting cute photos of apples from google I was not just thinking of fruit sculpture (though the idea came from the post of mine about fruit sculpture) and I even thought of including an Apple macbook..hehe .. but thanks, anyway I also thought that was a real apple.. good thing I decided “Arts in Apples” as the caption not “Fruit Sculpture using Apples”. You don’t know how happy & shocked I was when I saw my post from just 70 notes a night before then becoming 1K+ (now it’s 26K+), I thought tumblr must be making fun of newbies :D (*I did not put a content source cause I got it from a lot of random search on google, I hope you could also follow me haha :D)

I <3 Apples

And of all the apples, I love the 6th one (world apple) the most.. I think it’s beautiful.. so what do you like the most?


Today the Department of Teeny-tiny Treasures is marveling at this exquisitely detailed miniature food handmade by French artist Stephanie Kilgast, aka PetitPlat. Kilgast uses polymer clay to sculpt 1:12 scale dollhouse miniatures of so many different kinds of fruit, vegetables, bread, and sweets that we wish we could shrink ourselves and play with them inside actual dollhouses.

For 2015 Kilgast decided to challenge herself to sculpt a one miniature fruit, vegetable, or root each day. You can follow her progress here on Tumblr at dailyminiveggie​.

Visit the PetitPlat website or Instagram feed for many more photos of Stephanie Kilgasts incredibly wee creations. She also shares tutorials and behind-the-scenes photos like this:

[via Design Taxi]

Day 200 - Pink Pearl Apple / Pomme ‘Pink Pearl’ (Perle Rose) / 

The Pink Pearl apple is a pink-fleshed apple cultivar developed in 1944 by Albert Etter, a northern California breeder. It is a seedling of ‘Surprise’, another pink-fleshed apple that is believed to be a descendant of Malus niedzwetskyana. (cf. wiki)