I absolutely love these! Slinkachu, creates these very inspiring sculptures, Little People, and abandons them throughout the different cities. Enjoy.
Category - Sculpture
Jason de Caires Taylor creates life-size cement sculptures of people and submerges them into the waters of South America. As time passes, the cement sculptures become part of the under water scenery and starts becoming a reef thats full of marine life.
Dimensions – 78″ x 18″ x 78″ and took 51,324 LEGO pieces to complete. The complete sculpture took over 200 hours to complete and weighs over 250 pounds. Amazing work Sean Kenney! Amazing!
Here is a compilation of 35 very unique as well as incredible sand sculptures that will surely inspire you.
A campaign for Canon's Pixma ink printer brand, the creative studio of dentsu used sound vibrations to capture these amazing sculptures. They placed a membrane on top of a speaker, and paint drops on top of the membrane. Once they turn on the sound it makes the incredible organic sculptures.
View the incredible work of "People Too". The Factory and Office scene is incredibly detailed and simply amazing. Enjoy!
Custom toys made for the ‘For the Love of Vinyl’ exhibition
For the past 25 years Dalton Ghetti has used razor blades, sewing needles, and sculpture knifes to create these incredibly unique and tiny sculptures.
These are real photos, taken with a camera, but as unbelievable as it may look the people are fake. Jamie Salmon and Jackie Seo create these hyper realistic sculptures that are almost impossible to tell if they are real or not!
Incredible, yet kind of creepy sand sculpture. The pictures take you as he progressed through the various stages of building this sculpture
The Kinetic Sculpture is a metaphorical translation of the process of form-finding in art and design. 714 metal spheres, hanging from thin steel wires attached to individually-controlled stepper motors and covering the area of six square meters, animate a seven minute long mechatronic narrative. In the beginning, moving chaotically, then evolving...