Pumpkin carving goes creative in Portland

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Sabrina Volante of Might & Main carves a pumpkin at the first American Institute of Graphic Arts – Maine pumpkin-carving competition at Thompson’s Point in Portland on Saturday, Oct. 22. The event gave Maine’s creative agencies and designers the chance to show off their skills, while raising money for AIGA’s educational programming. (Dan D’Ippolito / For The Forecaster)

Jim Cannon, left, and Katie Benedict of Puelle Design drill and slice a pumpkin Oct. 22 at Thompson’s Point in Portland. (Dan D’Ippolito / For The Forecaster)

A pumpkin totem pole crafted by the Pulp & Wire team won Best in Show at the first annual AIGA Maine Carve competition at Thompson’s Point in Portland on Oct. 22. (Dan D’Ippolito / For The Forecaster)

A pumpkin skull crafted by the Knack Factory team. (Dan D’Ippolito / For The Forecaster)

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