Banana Art by Honey

 photo 3_zps0b671ba7.jpg  photo thebluesbrotherscopy_zpsd54f36ca.jpg  photo 4-1_zps4859a6e5-1_zps3cd23b0c.jpg When I'm not sitting in front of a computer, I'm always looking for something creative to do. We always have bananas in the house so then, I thought maybe I could draw on them but it wasn't easy as I thought it would be. I kept puncturing the skin with my pen. So I came up with the idea of using a safety pin instead (something sharp and pointy to use at the time), similar to what my tattoo artist friend did when he sort of showed me how to tattoo. I spend half an hour to 2 hours on each piece. After they are completed, I photographed and eat them. It's fun! You guys should try it some time. Click here for more.  photo bobdetailcopy_zps2f95df9a.jpg  photo 2-1_zpsaa685a5f.jpg

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  1. Jennifer

    tooooottttalllllllllllllllly doing it!!! love!

  2. This is amazing. Beautiful and creative work. I love that you do this in your spare time.

    I do something goofy in my spare time with pudding, check out my project where I see weird things on the tops of my pudding snacks.


    Keep up the awesomeness.

  3. Candice Lawrence

    awesome! I love your art pieces!

    I found this interesting pencil sculpturing you may interested in, keep up your good work.


  4. Troppo belle! E io che sulle bucce di banana sapevo sapevo solo che ci si può scivolare!

  5. Pie Sabanate

    Greetings from Discovery Tour. Inc.!

    This is Pie Sabanate from Discovery Tour, Inc. Cebu Branch. Our main office is in Makati.
    We have watched your banana art with this link

    A Japan TV network is interested to feature you on a documentary program
    sometime in October. We don’t have the exact date yet. I would just like
    to ask if you are interested and I would like to know your Contact Number and Location. You can also email me at japanvisadvo@discoverytour.ph

    Thank you so much,

    Pie Sabanate
    Research Officer

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