Impressive Hybrid Animal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin

November 3, 2014 | in Art
Impressive Hybrid Animal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin

American artist and sculptor Jessica Joslin creates very unusual sculptures using animal bones and various parts of vintage stuff.

LEGO Ships inside Small Bottles by Bangoo H

October 27, 2014 | in Art
LEGO Ships inside Small Bottles by Bangoo H

The author with a nickname of Bangoo H is a fan of LEGO for a long time. He is different from other supporters of this toy because of his non-standard approach.

Solar Pyrography Drawings By Jordan Mang-osan

October 14, 2014 | in Art
Solar Pyrography Drawings By Jordan Mang-osan

Filipino artist Jordan Mang-osan is different from his colleagues because he creates his art without a pencil or a brush. He makes them with solar power.

Old Retired Surfboars Turned into Artworks by Jarryn Dower

October 9, 2014 | in Art
Old Retired Surfboars Turned into Artworks by Jarryn Dower

Australian artist Jarryn Dower combines two of his main hobbies—painting and surfing. He paints boards that won’t be used otherwise. The author calls them retired.

Incredibly Realistic Miniature Worlds of Satoshi Araki

October 2, 2014 | in Art
Incredibly Realistic Miniature Worlds of Satoshi Araki

Japanese artist from Tokyo Satoshi Araki creates stunning miniature urban dioramas that display the wilting of the civilization and the consequences of destruction.

Ancient Art of Stone by Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl

September 8, 2014 | in Art
Ancient Art of Stone by Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl

The duo of artists, Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl, creates whimsical decorative stone installations on various walls and other vertical structures.

Toy Animals with Miniature Civilizations on Their Backs by Maico Akiba

September 4, 2014 | in Art
Toy Animals with Miniature Civilizations on Their Backs by Maico Akiba

Japanese artist Maico Akiba has created a project that presents animals that have entire worlds on their backs.

Mind-blowing Automotive Sculptures by Gerry Judah

August 22, 2014 | in Art
Mind-blowing Automotive Sculptures by Gerry Judah

Since 1997, artist and sculptor Gerry Judah creates his unusual automobile sculptures. His first experience was a project for the Goodwood Festival of Speed that took place in Sussex.

Cardboard Steampunk and Aerodynamics by Daniel Agdag

August 13, 2014 | in Art
Cardboard Steampunk and Aerodynamics by Daniel Agdag

Artist Daniel Agdag is engaged in a rather strange occupation. He comes up with series of items of non-existent sci-fi movies, then creates flying vehicles that will never take off.

Eight Hundred Thousand Red Ceramic Poppies Spill from Tower of London

August 7, 2014 | in Art
Eight Hundred Thousand Red Ceramic Poppies Spill from Tower of London

As you may know, the year of 2014 is a symbolic one regarding the First World War. This year there are exactly one hundred years from the beginning of one of the biggest wars in the history of our planet. United Kingdom took an active part in it, involving also their colonies.

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