Pumpkin Freak LTD is a specialist Pumpkin shading art studio, a style of Jack-O'-Lantern Pumpkin carving that involves shaving the Pumpkin to different depths, allowing light to pass through to make a detailed design.
Jack O'Lantern: the Irish tradition of carving Turnips to ward off evil spirits on "All Hallows Eve" ....a tradition taken to America by immigrants, where the Jack O'Lantern found a new home!
Established by the UK’s leading Pumpkin carver and Pumpkin enthusiast, I’ve become obsessed with bringing this art form to the UK, offering workshops, video content and tutorials, real Pumpkins and fake foam Pumpkins.
I offer a wide range of options including; logo pumpkins, party centrepieces, sets of Pumpkins containing a theme, Workshops and tutorials, Time-lapse footage and video of the carving for your social media.
Do you want your dog, favourite horror film character, company logo, or a bespoke design on a Pumpkin?
Or do you want to learn to do it yourself?
Whatever your Pumpkin needs I’m here to help!
Real Pumpkins are specially treated to increase shelf life and will stay looking fresh for a minimum of one month – real Pumpkins are only available in October, orders accepted from 1st September each year.
In addition to real Pumpkins, I am the only UK manufacturer of carvable foam Pumpkins, designed and manufactured to replicate a real Pumpkin they offer a permanent Pumpkin which can be used year after year, these can be bought already carved with a design of your choosing, or un-carved for you to do yourself.
MOMO Pumpkin carving
Syndicate logo pumpkin carvingv2
Pennywise pumpkin carving
Chucky Pumpkin Carving
Freddy Krueger Pumpkin carving
Joker Pumpkin Carving
hand carved jack-o-lantern Pumpkin
hand carved evil Mickey Mouse jack-o-lantern
hand carved Coraline Jack-o-lantern Pumpkin
Beetlejuice Sandsnake Jack-o-lantern
Hand carved jack-o-lantern Pumpkin LH side
Hand carved jack-o-lantern Pumpkin RH side
It's unclear when the jack o lantern was first invented, but it is believed to have originated in Ireland and Scotland.
One of the earliest records of a mention of the jack o lantern comes from Irish folklore, in which a man named Stingy Jack tricks the devil into climbing an apple tree and then throws him down to earth.
The history of this festival has been traced back as far as 1000 AD when people would use turnips, potatoes or beets to make their jack o lanterns. They would carve faces into these vegetables and place candles inside them for light. These vegetables were later replaced with pumpkins due to their growing popularity in North America.