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Up until a few years ago, people rarely look at bananas as anything more delicious fruit, let alone as a medium of art. But that was before the artist started taking advantage of the process of oxidation the banana peel to create amazing artwork. Today, more and more artists are becoming specialized in banana oxidation arts, also known as banana Tattoo.

Banana peel may seem like a strange canvas too some, but it is also one that can yield some pretty amazing results . Case in point , the amazing artwork of Cape End , a young Japanese artist expert on banana bruising . Using a sharp tool such as a simple needle or a thumbtack , he spent up to five hours puncturing the peel of tropical fruit and creating stunning masterpieces inspired by famous anime , traditional Japanese art and famous landmarks . The process is very similar to that used by regular tattoo artist , only without the paint . In contact with already , the bruised banana sections turn brown , showing the design of the artist . Apparently , the colder the fruit is , the faster it oxidizes . By controlling the density of the needle hole , End Cape is able to create different textures and shades of brown .

Although he only started uploading pictures of her wonderful banana tattoo on Twitter a few months ago, Cape End That got quite the online following, he was featured on television and he held an exhibition of his banana oxidation art in a gallery in Tokyo. I bet he's patting himself on the side of the road for parents breaking his rule of not playing with his food.

Banana Tattoo End Cape is certainly unique and more complex than anything we've seen before, but he was not the first artist to master the technique intriguing. Phil Hansen, Honey and Jun Gil Park are just some of the established banana tattooists, and judging by the growing popularity of this art form, others are bound to follow. Oh, and I had a, lost Forget about Keisuke Yamada, who specialize in the banana sculpting.


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