Masayoshi Matsumoto is widely known for his work. For the most part, he creates sculptures of birds and animals from air balloons.
Joey Richardson was surrounded from her childhood by ancient trees and crafts made of wood.
German artist Martin Roller uses various items found on the streets of Berlin to create something entirely unexpected and incredibly original.
Something resembling glass vases with jellyfish inside creates glass artist Richard Satava. He has an amazing skill to create such realistic jellyfish.
Japanese artist Shinri Tezuka is the owner of a shop called Ameshin. He uses starch and sugar syrup to create incredibly realistic candy in the shape of animals, as well as other sugar sculptures and sells them.
Chinese artist He Peixi used about fifty thousand coins, and a mountain of agates to create a replica city of Chongqing on a smaller scale.
Australian artist Michael Moerkerk started his career by creating spheres from discarded keys. Over time, Moerkerk’s imagination evolved and came up with more complex artworks.
Artist Michael Beitz creates very unusual tables, which easily may be attributed to art. The author has an original vision of the familiar to all of us furniture item.
Oakland-based American artist Gabriel Schama create very complex wooden mandalas composed of mahogany plywood cut with a laser.
German painter and sculptor Janusz Grunspek uses wooden elements and a special glue to create original copies of everyday objects.