From the Scope Blog: Stanford medical student’s carving tricks – a real treat!

Photo courtesy of Raymond Tsai

In the Medical School’s Scope blog, M.A. Malone writes about the skills of third-year medical student RAYMOND TSAI.

“Two years ago at the annual first-year student pumpkin-carving extravaganza,” Malone writes, “he blew away classmates with a carved rendition of Michael Jackson. Tsai’s latest Jack-o’-lantern masterpiece pays homage to the late Apple co-founder and creative genius Steve Jobs.”

Read about Tsai’s creative process and see a photo of the unlit version of the pumpkin in the full blog post.