Now We Have an Ernst & Young Jack-o-lantern

Yesterday we learned how you can get into the All Hallow's Eve spirit without dressing up like a paper shredder or Luca Pacioli. A PwC jack-o-lantern is just the thing to get the attention of your friends, neighbors, and, apparently, the boss this Halloween season.

While mosWell, someone at Ernst & Young was not impressed. 

Those amateurs at PWC can't even carve a pumpkin correctly.

The artist provided three exhibit photos. Here's the finished product: 

At dusk:

And night:

There is currently no word on what Jim Turley or Steve Howe thought of the offering.

The jack-o-lantern that you prefer will be largely based on how you feel about these two firms, so if that feeling is "sucks" we invite you to submit your own.

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