Rocks with Gooey-Bronze Innards and Rippled Wood by Romain Langlois

rock split open to reveal bronze guts

Combined in this post are a couple of types of amazing sculptures by Romain Langlois. Using rock, bronze and wood, he has achieved very unique-looking works of art that are intriguing and captivating. I especially like the way that the bronze almost looks wet, like you could touch it like some sort of shiny goo! See the rest of the set below…

Gallery // Bronze, Wood & Stone Sculptures by Romain Langlois

A wooden sculpture by Romain Langlois

rippled wooden plank

bronze gooey centre of rock

bronze gooey centre of rock boulder

bronze inside tree branch

rope strangling a branch - sculpture

flattened tree branch


Further Information // “Rocks with Gooey-Bronze Innards and Rippled Wood by Romain Langlois” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Romain Langlois. You can see more of their work over at his website and on Artistics. Via Colossal.

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5 Stunning Microscope Photography images; amazing stuff from the Olympus BioScapes 2010 photo competition…

First Ever Photograph of a Human

First Ever Photograph of a Human image

I love these images I just discovered over at PetaPixel.com of the first ever human to be photographed (in the images shown). Apparently, this photo taken in the Boulevard du Temple in Paris was captured in 1838 by a man named Louis Daguerre. Read more here.

First Ever Photograph of a Human

Giant Redwood Trees of California

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I think these images of Giant Redwood Trees (Sequoias Trees) are amazing. I can’t believe how large they are—and I love the tree tunnel, too!

California’s enormous giant sequoia is the world’s most massive tree and one of the oldest. These trees can grow to more than 250 feet tall (or 76 meters which is about as tall as a 25-story building), with a diameter at breast-height up to 30 feet (about 9 meters). Sequoia National Park’s General Sherman Tree is about 52,500 cubic feet (1,478 cubic meters), which is roughly equivalent to 21,800 150-pound (68 kg) humans! Giant sequoias can live to be 3,000 years old; the oldest recorded specimen exceeded 3,500 years. [Read more over at triggerpit.com]

Enchanting Hidden Forest Doorway [pic]

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This image is of an enchanting Hidden Forest Doorway. I wonder what it was used for? Maybe a war bunker…

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