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Artist Imagines Fruits & Veggies in the Future

Fruit Art

Japanese art student Takuma Kamata, expressing his distaste for the industrial output of foods, imagines a world where fruits and vegetables are processed and modified to be cylindrical, an ideal shape for transportation, storage and food preparation. In “cm-VEGE,” Kamata has realistically sculpted 10 different fruits and vegetables in cylindrical form, each consistent to its original size. The display was created for Kamata’s senior thesis exhibition as he plans to graduate from Musashino Art University.

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