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Anti Gravity – Automobile Sculptures by Gerry Judah

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is an annual festival held in Sussex to celebrate iconic car models. Sculptor Gerry Judah is the perennial picked to erect a sculpture in honor of the event. He has created sculptures for Porsche, Jaguar, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce, Alfa Romeo, Renault, and Ford. His huge structures are always the central attraction of […]

Symmetrical Beehives – Sculptural Concepts by Ren Ri

Ren Ri is a Beijing-based beekeeper and artist. An odd combination to be sure, but Ren’s crossover from beekeeper to artist works. His creations are bee-based as well as bee-built. Ren is the one responsible for the concept, while the bees are responsible for the structure. His first bee-inspired series was entitled  Yuansu I: The […]

Rock Circles – Installations by Dietmar Voorwold

Dietmar Voorwold’s is an outstanding German artist behind these intricately placed rock circles. All of his work are done with materials he finds on site, mainly different colored rocks and leaves. None of his work are made to last for more than a few days and all that are eventually left of them are pictures […]

Dioramic Graffiti by Benjamin Affagard

Benjamin Affagard is not another graffiti artist. His work is strictly small scale and couldn’t even be classified as street art. A first glance at his work might leave the viewer unimpressed, but a closer look will reveal that the graffiti is actually part of a small, realistic, handmade diorama. The scenes, inspired by real […]

Fluff, Grit, and Bristles – Industrial Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

Takahiro Iwasaki is the artist behind these industrial landscapes made with bits of fluff, grit and bristles. The sculpture up there is part of his “Out of Disorder” series – sculptures featuring miniature industrial landscapes made out of human hair, toothbrush bristles, used cloth fibers, lint, and actual dust. The sculptures resemble urban land leveled […]

Awesome Overflowing Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza

Ana Teresa Barboza is an artist who thinks out of the box and decided to elevate the art of embroidery. Her creations are not limited to the embroidery circle. They flow right out and practically begs the onlooker to touch them. Ana uses threads of various colors, sizes, lengths to achieve this effect. She said: […]

Extraordinary Wall Art by Yusuke Asai

Yusuke Asai is the artist behind this extraordinary mural painted right into the walls of a classroom in India. Yusuke is part of the team of artists sent by The Wall Art Project to Niranjana, a school located in Bahir (East India). The Wall Art Project is a Tokyo-based non-profit organization whose goal is to […]

Murrine Sculptures by Loren Stump

Loren Stump is a California-based artist who decided to master the ancient art of creating murrine sculptures. Murrine is created by layering different colored glass around a core. By heating, stretching, and twisting the glass, a design is created on the inside. The design is revealed when the glass is cut crosswise. The process originated […]

Treasures Within – Unique Rock Sculptures by Hirotoshi Ito

Hirotoshi Ito takes the cake for crafting these awesome, weir, and downright bizarre rock sculptures. He takes ordinary river rocks and turns them into zippered, sliced, and grinning versions of themselves. Hirohito juxtaposes the natural cracks and seams in a rock into whatever shape he happens to fancy, topping it all off with shiny (sometimes […]

Framed – Sculptures by Benedict Radcliffe

Benedict Radcliffe is a designer and sculptor who has gained world-wide popularity with his frame cars. The cars are startlingly realistic for something completely made out of wire. They look like something an invisible man might ride to work. The hollow, see-through,make-believe automobiles are innocuously parked on curbs, daring passersby to “drive” them Flintstones style. […]

Layered – Trompe L’oeil Sculptures by Ron Isaacs

Those realistic sculptures of clothes and plants are actually nothing more than cleverly layered pieces of birch plywood meticulously crafted by sculptor Ron Isaacs in the trompe l’oeil fashion to resemble the real thing.Sure, he could’ve just used actual leaves and clothes, but that’s just too easy, where’s the challenge in that? In his artist’s […]

Live Sculptures – Bodypainting by Trina Merry

Trina Merry is fine art bodypainter who makes sculpture out of humans, because marble is for pussies apparently. You carve marble, and it stays that way. Naked, painted models tend to sweat, breathe, and scratch an itch. The image above is from her series “Human Motorcycle Project”. According to Terry, “Everyone has seen the pictures […]

Gravity Defying Sculptures by Sandcastle Matt

Sandcastle Matt is a Massachusetts-based artist who loves playing around with sand. His creations have been mistaken as the result of lightning-struck sand. What Matt actually does is apply the drip method technique to various found objects such as plywood, vines, and anchors. Despite their fleeting existence, beachgoers can’t help but be amazed by Sandcastles […]

Bendable Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Li Hongbo grew up in the Chinese province of Ji Lin. The Chinese saying “Life is as fragile as paper’ had a deep impact in her life which is probably what influenced her to use paper as her medium. To create her delightfully bendy paper sculptures, she has layers sheets of paper by gluing them […]

Underneath the Mask – Joshua Harker

That’s basically a 3D image of artist Joshua Harker’s head you’re looking at, artistically rendered of course. The series is aptly called “21st Century Self-Portrait” which came into being thanks to Joshua’s creativity, 3D printing, and 21st century medical imaging equipment. Joshua is considered as visionary and one of the pioneers in 3D printed art […]

Scrumptious Succulents – Artsy Cupcakes by Alana Jones-Mann

Alana Jones-Mann is  Brooklyn-based baker who specializes in combining actual candy with eye candy. She has her very own blog which showcases her considerable talents in baking. Alana describes herself as: ‘a self-taught baker, with an intense passion for crafting, designing, and styling’. She earns her living in New York as an event planner, and […]

White Elephant – Gigantic Origami Sculpture by Sipho Mabona

Sipho Mabona folded his first paper airplane when he was five years old, and he hasn’t stopped folding paper since. Having run out of paper plane models to fold, he turned his attention to nature and managed to create schools of koi, rhinos, tigers, bears, grasshoppers, and one gigantic paper elephant. The elephant is made […]

See Urchins – Colored Pencil Sulptures by Jennifer Maestre

Jennifer Maestre has always been fascinated by the paradox posed by sea urchins. The beauty of its spines and the clear warning of danger that they represent. Each of Jennifer’s sea urchin-inspired sculptures took hours of painstaking work. She takes hundreds of pencils, cuts them to size, sharpens one end of each bit, and drills […]

Creepers – Ceramic Sculptures by Jess Riva Cooper

Jess Riva Cooper obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She also has a Master’s degree in Fine Arts specializing in Ceramics from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. As a Canadian Jew of eastern European descent, she loves to integrate the foundation myths of  Yiddish […]

Wrapped – Sculptures by Seung Mo Park

Seung Mo Park is a South Korean sculptor whose unique sculptures are made from shiny aluminium wire tightly wrapped in layers around a fiberglass base. He has travelled all over the world to showcase his work in both solo and group exhibitions. What’s impressive about his work is that wrapping wire is easier said than […]

Bee-Assisted Sculptures by Aganetha Dyck

Aganetha Dyck is a Canadian artist who has a long-standing interest in bees. She has even conducted a research on the global ramifications of the disappearance of bees due to the colony collapse disorder. Through the years, Aganetha has created numerous bee-assisted sculptures using specially designed apiaries and figurines, sports equipment, shoes, and other unexpected […]

Light as a Feather – Paper Sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera has studied design, experimental painting, and ceramic sculpture. She is originally from Colombia but moved to Finland, and then Bristol for her art studies. Her most recent series feature birds made out of carefully cut and arranged pieces of paper. Some of Diana’s subjects are caught in mid-flight while others are carefully […]

Crawling Out of the Walls – Brick Sculptures by Brad Spencer

Brick sculptures are nothing new. They date back to ancient Babylon. Even so, they remain relevant in these modern times since they’re fairly durable, low maintenance, and can be incorporated into any brick building. Brad Spencer is a North Carolina-based sculptor who specializes in carving children into freestanding brick walls. His work takes a little […]

Layered – Earth Friendly Sculptures by Haroshi

Haroshi is a self taught sculptor and skateboarder currently based in Japan. One of his more recent series combine both of his passions: skateboards and sculptures.The unusual appearance of his sculptures are because of the composition of skateboards he uses. The layers of wood create a colorfully variegated design. Most of the skateboards he uses […]

Fiction Brought to Life – Paper Sculptures by Jodi Harvey-Brown

Jodi Harvey-Brown is the talented artist behind these awesome pop-up paper sculptures. It all started when she bought a box of used books at a second-hand shop, after experimentally folding a page to create one of the characters in the stories, she was hooked. She said: “The books that we love to read should be […]