I’ll be honest with you: I’ve always hated bananas. And I’m fine with the fact I will never love, never like, never accept bananas’s taste. But why can’t I enjoy a good banana art? What? Didn’t you know it existed? Well, some people display their art on paper, Stephan Brusche prefers bananas.

Stephan Brusche is an artist and graphic designer from Rotterdam who has a very specific talent: create the most intricate of designs on bananas. His creations, named Fruitdoodles, are one part sculpture, one part drawing, and one part pure imagination. There is nothing you can’t create with a banana peel. Original artwork or recreation of famous pieces.

In support of the Manchester tragedy, Stephan recreated the Manchester bee on a banana. He recreated Salvador Dali’s “The Ascension of Christ” and “The Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo . Not only timeless art finds its place on a banana peel; pop culture too. Then be ready to be amazed by a King-Kong inspired banana, a Freddie Mercury tribute and a Disney creation.

No matter what the subjects is, some banana transformations are completed with just a few manipulations, while others require massive carving in order to take shape. Either way, they look absolutely stunning. The taste…not so much, for a timeless banana hater like me.