Harue Fujikawa’s polymer vegetables are corny. And since it’s Friday and tomorrow we shop at our farmers market, his laughing bi-color corn looks just right.

Harue has pages of lively vegetables, dolls and Japanese characters.The translator isn’t much help but his site is a visual riot.

And while we’re on the subject of riotous, check out les p’titsmobiles, strange polymer sea creatures made by a French girl in Denmark. I found her on the readers’ link page (put yours there).

If you have any phobias about vegetables or sea urchins, you may want to sit this one out. The rest of you have a riotous weekend.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    OMG this is some seriously silly stuff. I loved looking at his gallery. I can’t imagine the time and patience for this.

    • reply Alisa R. ,

      SO FUN!! All those creatures/creations made me laugh out loud. Thanks for bringing us the grins today!

      • reply Nature, Norway and News! « Les P'titsMobiles ,

        […] way of the good news, I have a really good one, and I would like to say a big big big thank you to Polymer Clay Daily of Cynthia Tinapple who talks about my crazy critters today… I’m so so so […]

        • reply Yvonne Brown ,

          Those are simply the cutest and whimsical!!

          • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

            I am crazy about this work. I can’t decide which vegetable I love most. The corn is pretty wonderful.

            • reply Jenean ,

              I really like the corn on the cob. You’re very talented.

              • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

                Yikes- I’m craving corn on the cob AND popcorn!! Very effective work!!

                gera

                • reply Beverlyjane ,

                  These are totally awesome pure fun and such an imagination!!! Great to see.

                  • reply Gaina ,

                    Oh, that’s brilliant! I never thought about making veggies from polymer clay :D. I think the peaches and broccoli are my favourite 🙂

                    • reply Sera ,

                      Oh I wish the avocado link worked – it goes to a carrot that’s not nearly as cute! But those vegies all have a distinct personality! He is a seriously talented guy….

                      • reply Anonny ,

                        Great stuff. His veggies are so expressive. They r amazing. I also looked at his dogs and they are fantastic!!!

                        • reply Daniel Scarcello ,

                          Hi, just wanted to let you know that Harue is actually a woman who lives in Japan. A mother of two, a professional chef and baker as well as being an incredibly talented artist! Where she finds the time I have no idea. She’s one of my best friends and I’m proud to say I introduced her to polymer clay back in the 90’s. Technically the pieces you linked to are actually an air dry clay that is available only in Japan. It comes in many colours and can be blended just like polymer clay. The main difference is the working time is limited unless you can keep it wet. Like polymer clay all the colours come from blending, she doesn’t use any paint.

                          • reply Sandra D. ,

                            Incredible !!!!!!!!!!!!!!work.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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