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Triceratops Watermelon Carving on Global BC TV

Spent a lovely day with Miguel and John from Global BC TV.  Super nice guys.  Clive had a prepared a Triceratops watermelon carving for their interview. Here’s the final result!  We are also preparing a “How To” video on our Youtube Channel.  Just type in Clive Cooper Carvings when in Youtube and you’ll see it soon!

Alligator Watermelon Carving Goes Viral!

Clive’s recent alligator watermelon carving continues to spread across the web and social media sites.  In my last blog, I think I mentioned that we created a very quick video on how it was carved, since we were getting so many questions regarding that.  Global BC TV is supposedly coming to film him this Monday, so will be sure to keep you updated on that too! Here’s the link and below that, the carving that …

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Clive Cooper Carvings – “Viral” Alligator Watermelon Carving Video?

Well, we’ve just started a Youtube Channel to feature Clive’s carvings – called Clive Cooper Carvings, naturally. Let’s see if his video goes viral like the image did! Special thanks to our dear friend Domenico Cutrupi! You can view the alligator watermelon carving video and more videos in the future at this link: Clive Cooper Carvings                      

East Vancouver vegetable and fruit sculptor a master of his ghoulish craft – The Province

The Alligator Watermelon Carving trend, continues to grow.  We are receiving many hits today from Voice.fi (Voice Finland) and from the article featured in The Province newpaper (Sunday, June 15, 2014)!  Article was very well written, by reporter Sam Cooper (not related). Also, we were advised by a relation in England, that last week Clive’s carvings were featured in The Sunday Times.  Not sure if it was in their online edition or not – if you …

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Alligator Watermelon Carving Goes Viral?

What constitutes going “viral” on the web exactly?  I don’t know, but I’ve found websites with 500,000 views, Trend Hunting sites including our images, Facebook pages with 15,000 plus “likes” 42 Google web pages (at least, and growing) featuring Clive’s recent Alligator Watermelon Carving (or as some prefer, Crocodile Watermelon Carving).  With online newspapers using this image, the Food Network about to publish a blog, Wenn News Agency, Rock 101, Lite FM, VR-Zone on Facebook, the list goes on …

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