Felting involves manipulating wool into little sculptures. While the process isn’t the easiest thing to learn, the result is totally worth it as these awesome felt sculptures confirm.
Soviet soldiers that have become Americanized at last. And that’s what the Cold War really was all about.
These steampunk insects use bullets and sheet metal to create fascinating and beautiful works of art. Be sure to click the link to check out more of his great pieces.
These brilliant works of art are made from hollowed out bug carcasses. They’re both creepy and thought-provoking.
China’s snow festival is an awesome yearly event with amazing sculptures and other artworks made from ice and snow. Check out more pics at the link.
If you’ve ever wondered about the little pissing boy in Belguim or the famous enema statue in Russia, then you’ll certainly enjoy this great article on Women’s Day. The one above is the Charles La Trobe Monument in Australia.
This excellent brainless Victorian statute is made by Jessica Harrison, who has a great collection of these gory porcelain dolls.
Esther Verschoor is one of many talented artists working in the underrated field of taxidermy art. Her specialty? Creating disturbingly detailed human women from the carcasses of dead birds and rodents. Be sure to check out the rest of the gallery for more extraordinary art pieces.
If you love random folk art, particularly that which is made from hay, then you’re sure to love this fantastic, giant meerkat sculpture by Chris Sadler.
These stunning light sculptures are not only beautiful, they are also eco-friendly because the LED lights they use require so little power. There’s not much to say other than look at them all.