Creativity unlimited.

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The world of creativity is sans boundaries. Here are a few examples of Masterpieces created with vegetables.




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  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.


    Yes. I agree. For creating such master pieces, one need not be an artist. One needs to have the ability to see beyond the visible.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.


    Yes. I agree. For creating such master pieces, one need not be an artist. One needs to have the ability to see beyond the visible.


    The urge to make a difference will make us see beyond the visible. With the interest been missing, we see the same old things, what others see.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.


    Yes. I agree. For creating such master pieces, one need not be an artist. One needs to have the ability to see beyond the visible.


    The urge to make a difference will make us see beyond the visible. With the interest been missing, we see the same old things, what others see.


    To be different from run of the mill, one has to be ever vigilant to catch up those fineries in the things.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.


    Yes. I agree. For creating such master pieces, one need not be an artist. One needs to have the ability to see beyond the visible.


    The urge to make a difference will make us see beyond the visible. With the interest been missing, we see the same old things, what others see.


    To be different from run of the mill, one has to be ever vigilant to catch up those fineries in the things.


    A person has to be blessed. In absence of this and in absence of interest, things look the same.

  • Re: Creativity unlimited.

    by » 6 years ago


    These masterpieces are really unbelievable. Only an artist can use day to day edible ingredients and make such masterpieces out of them.


    Not all the artists have that third eye that enables one to see what others fail to see. It's the prerogative of a creative artist.


    These edible ingredients and other necessary articles are easily available in our homes but none of us care to make an art out of them. This is what differentiates an artist from an ordinary layman.


    Yes. I agree. For creating such master pieces, one need not be an artist. One needs to have the ability to see beyond the visible.


    The urge to make a difference will make us see beyond the visible. With the interest been missing, we see the same old things, what others see.


    To be different from run of the mill, one has to be ever vigilant to catch up those fineries in the things.


    A person has to be blessed. In absence of this and in absence of interest, things look the same.


    Not exactly. One has to possess the enthusiasm and keen observation. This will create wonders.

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