Richard Thomas’ clever creation is made from sliced kiwis, bananas, oranges, strawberries, green and red grapes and blueberries. Ironically, not a single apple found its way into the picture.
Bin Bang Big Apple, painting by James Rizzi. If you have $20k to spare, do consider getting this for yourself!
50's vintage apple crate label. Great graphic from a forgotten era!
Via The Haunted Lamp.
Vintage enamel aluminium jar. We love all things kitsch!
Via Green Lashes and Fashion.
Old lady carrying a huge apple. A photo contest entry found via Worth1000.
Still Life with Apple, Orange and Radio by Tom Wesselmann. The beauty of simplicity!
Still Life With Apples By Paul Cézanne for you to color. Download the printable version via Super Coloring.
Girls wearing Apple Bottom Jeans. Sketches by Yuriy Sivers, via Smeared Edges.
Apple iCar wallpaper for iPhone.
Learn how to carve ghoulish shrunken heads from apples.
Via The Artful Crafter.
How to make an apple-print tote, via CraftStylish.
Golden Apple Comics store at 7018 Melrose. Love the retro-looking shop front!
Collage on paper, by Roy Lichtenstein. It's amazing how this man could turn any simple object into art.
Via Parrish Art Museum.
Apple Jacks, Cerealist art by Michael Albert.
Patent number: D281686... the original Apple Phone. Perhaps Apple should learn to be less subtle.
Via Google Patents.
An Apple A Day by Joe Schwarcz, PhD. Apples might never taste the same again after reading this book.
Via Random House.
Apple For You - sculpture by Romero Britto. Our favorite artist from Brazil!
Via Saper Galleries.
Apple poster inspired by Andy Warhol's banana. By Micah Lindenberger, via devicious.
The apple never falls far from the tree. Watercolor print by Angela Vandenbogaard.
How to draw a cartoon apple. Try it, you can do it!
College illustration class project: 4 classic medium in the styles of Dali, Picasso, Balla, Gieger.
On January 4, Google altered its logo to celebrate the birth of Isaac Newton, born on this day in 1642. But could it also be a swipe at Apple? Google is scheduled to announce its new “Nexus One” telephone the next day, and the falling apple in this animated logo could symbolize what Google hopes will happen to its competitor from Cupertino.