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Travel Channel
Travel Channel • 50 weeks ago

“Pie-sized pumpkins are great for those times when larger ones are hard to find. These pumpkins usually have a thicker skin in comparison to larger pumpkins and they’re also a lot easier on my back.” - Scott Cummins

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Scott Cummins, an artist and school teacher, carves pumpkins as a hobby. We decided to share a few examples of his amazing work. This pumpkin is a tribute to the famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher’s 1948 lithography,“Drawing Hands.” Scott pays homage to him and calls this piece of pumpkin art “Carving Hands.”

This pumpkin is just another example of how Scott uses the human face as inspiration to carve -- with amazing detail -- an old man’s face.

This pumpkin’s skin wasn’t thick enough, so Scott came up with a creative solution when the nose fell off this funny character.

Scott has fun with his pumpkin-carving hobby and creates the face of a Lego man on the side of a small pumpkin.