These incredible dust sculpture art pieces are part of a collaborative project by Ujin Lee and Tom Edwards. This set in entitled Dust, which appears to be a mix of photography and sculpture art. As to its surreal nature, you’d never really see these pieces in real life, so this is why the project is so unique…
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Of all the People in the World was a wonderful exhibition showing all the people on earth represented by grains of rice [►► SEE MORE].
These amazing images of Dice Sculpture Art were created by the talented Anthony Cragg, a British artist who was born in Liverpool, England. As can be seen, an incredible amount of work has gone into each sculpture, which are painstakingly constructed from plastic dice. I’m not sure how many were used, but I think it’s fair to assume 1000’s were used for each piece [►► SEE MORE].
This plastic art was designed and made by Yuki Matsueda, a creative who was born in Ibaraki, Japan in 1980. The pieces shown all display a common theme, whereby plastic objects appear to push against a clear film. Excellent [►► SEE MORE].
These resin sculptures are by Carl D’Alvia, who creates these fantastic works West Cornwall (CT) and New York City. He also uses paint, resin and even bronze to fashion his uniquely-styled works of art, like the frog sculpture above [►► SEE MORE].
I think these wooden Skateboarding Art sculptures are simply stunning. All these works of art are by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. They are made from skateboard deck, believe it or not. The way that the objects have been carved-out of stacked plywood is very unique—and check out the colours [►► SEE MORE].
Check out this really cool walk-on roller coaster! To be honest, I’m unsure as what happens when people try to walk around the loop, as there’e no roller coaster photos showing this, but it’s great non-the-less. Located in Duisburg, Germany—it looks stunning during the day, but even better at night [►► SEE MORE].