Some works of art are so inspired they deserve their own museum, or at the very least, their own exhibit. I mean, how in the world would we know about the greatness of da Vinci or Warhol if people hadn't taken a chance in showcasing their work?
There are spaces for everything these days, from creative cupcakes to breakup mementos, and there's an audience for all kinds of work as well. I mean, I wouldn't be making art and being flown to different countries to exhibit it if there wasn't a market for this kind of very specific work.
Stephan Brusche is an artist with a very specific speciality. He told Bored Panda that he started drawing on bananas as an idea for an Instagram post, but found it so enjoyable, he just kept making and posting his peel drawings. And they got better and better.
Some of them are extremely simple (but still perfect). I mean, just take a look at his Instagram page and tell me that these works of art don't make you see fruits in a whole different way. Like seasoned sculptors, we can now observe the negative and positive space this artist navigates in his work.
Others are unbelievably detailed and elaborate. I mean, just look at these and pretend you're not impressed. The anatomy one! OMG!
And he often tries to be timely and mix in pop culture. In banana form. Which we super appreciate, as lovers of entertainment, celebrities and entertainment in general.
For example, take a look at his incredible rendition of Game of Thrones:
Or take a look at this amazing rendition of the original Netflix film, Okja. I mean, wow, it seems like there's nothing this guy can't sculpt into a banana.
He even made a rendition of a banana paying homage to the horror film (and its subsequent spinoff), It:
Deadpool, of course:
He even addresses fairly serious current events and politics all through the banana medium, for instance the peaceful protest of Colin Kaepernick:
The death of Philando Castile:
The terrorist attack in Brussels:
Pretty heavy stuff for a banana to carry. But in the hands of an artist, anything can be the starting point to a conversation and also a great way to get your potassium.
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