Famous Photos of Explosions Recreated in Cauliflower




Here at Neatorama, we often feature the work of artist Brock Davis. His genius lies in seeing hidden forms in ordinary objects, like a treehouse in a sprig of broccoli or a bearskin rug in a gummi bear. One of Davis's latest projects depicts famous explosions using cauliflower and skewers. Pictured above is the tragic destruction of the space shuttle Challenger in 1986. His other pieces in the set show the wreck of the Hindenburg and the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.

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Wow. Genius.

Next up: The World Trade Center towers collapsing. In carrot sticks!! Have grapes falling out from the windows. Genius.
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@Bob Balt -- I disagree. I have memories of that explosion, too. There's nothing to indicate that Davis viewed this project as a joke.

Would it be different if he had depicted the explosion in paint on canvas or a marble statue?
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