PHOTOS: Ray Villafane’s Crazy Zombie Pumpkins and Ghouls Return to the New York Botanical Garden

by , 10/28/12
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Alfred Paredes, Andy Bergholtz, Chris Vierra, eco design, Food Network, green design, Halloween Wars, Haunted Pumpkin Garden, New York Botanical Garden, pumpkin carving NYC, ray villafane, sustainable design, Trevor Grove, zombie pumpkins

One of our most blockbusting posts last year featured pumpkin carver extraordinaire Ray Villafane’s gory zombies bursting from a giant pumpkin, and though we didn’t think it was possible, but he went even more over the top this year creating an insane, free-standing disemboweled zombie pulling an army of other ghoulish gourds. Villafane was at the New York Botanical Garden this weekend gutting a selection of massive pumpkins and shaping them into a frightastic 3D vignette of freakish orange creatures. Trust us when we say that you cannot miss these photos of the master at work and of the finished product, but don’t blame us if you have unsettling dreams tonight.


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  1. Marcela F. October 24, 2012 at 2:00 pm


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