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Narong carved soap

Traditional Thai Artist Carves Exquisitely Detailed Sculptures Out of Soap

Narong carved soap

Gigantic Smashed Candy Sculptures Will Give You a Sugar High - Creators

Gigantic Smashed Candy Sculptures Will Give You a Sugar High

Hyperrealist sculptor Peter Anton's Sugatarium is made of gigantic sculptures of sugary treats - cherry pie, confetti cake, ice cream sundae, and a chocolate bu

Ellen Jewett sculpture - new work 2015 - turtle fox coyote dog rooster chicken okapi crane koi fish

Ellen Jewett sculpture - new work 2015 - turtle fox coyote dog rooster chicken okapi crane koi fish

Optical Float Paintings Suspended in Layers of Glass by Wilfried Grootens

Optical Float Paintings Suspended in Layers of Glass by Wilfried Grootens

Kim Graham's Gallery ~ "...made of a radically new, environmentally friendly, outdoor clay.  This clay, called Pal Tiya, removes the need for traditional steel armatures, chicken wire or molds."  Her work is pretty amazing!

Kim Graham's Gallery White Dragon giant paper mache dragon-- amazing work when you consider it's made from paste and paper!

Animals painted with acrylic paint in layered cold resin by Keng Lye

Extraordinary Resin Animals by Keng Lye

Сюрреалистичные скульптуры животных Ellen Jewett

Creatures from Mel - The fox dreams of birds- original handmade OOAK clay art sculpture

Edouard Martinet’s Masterfully Sculpted Animals... | Colossal

Edouard Martinet’s Masterfully Sculpted Animals and Insects Sculpted from Bicycle, Car, and Motorcycle Parts (Colossal)

Watch Landscapes and Lights Bloom in these Time-Lapse Animations

Time in Motion by Fong Qi Wei

Sasha Katz makes soothing GIFs: house plants sway in imaginary breezes and Macbooks rotate ad naseaum against the cheeky millenial pink and muted blue backdrops.

"Hiroshi Shinno can make a plastic mold of a flower’s stamen, no more than a millimeter in diameter an half a centimeter long. He can cast barely perc...

Hyperreal Sculptures of Imaginary Insects

Kyoto-based artist Hiroshi Shinno’s dreamy insect sculptures are downright amazing. The magical works are influenced by organic materials, such as leaves and flowers which Shinno painstakingly creates from resin, then paints them in outlandish colors.

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