Sculpture

Masayoshi Matsumoto Makes Unbelievable Balloon Animals

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Wow! I’m sure that most of us haven’t seen any type of balloon models like this before. Japanese balloon artist and sculptor Masayoshi Matsumoto has created some masterpieces with model balloons. Up until now, the most intricate Balloon Animal that I had seen was a dodgy-looking giraffe! As can be seen in the balloon galley below, Matsumoto has expertly crafted a multi-colored iguana, an orange T-Rex Dinosaur, a Hermit Crab and even an intricate Millipede (or caterpillar?). You can see more of his work over on his site, but here’s a selection of his work below…

Gallery //+ Balloon Animals by Masayoshi Matsumoto

Model balloon iguana in blue and yellow

Green balloon catipillar image

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Beautiful Jellyfish Glass Sculptures by Rick Satava


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green Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

This stunning glass sculptures were created by Californian sculptor, Rick Satava. If you would like to check out how he makes these, head over to his site where the process is shown. The Satavo studio makes around 300 of these glass pieces per month, and they come in an array of colors and types…

Gallery // Beautiful Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Orange Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Surreal Jellyfish

Clear Jellyfish

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Bizarre Skeletal Beehive Sculptures Show Intricate Structures

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Ren Ri created these enigmatic sculptures using bees. Ren builds the initial frameworks for the pieces out of transparent materials and wood, and then he inserts a queen bee into the structure. After the introduction of the rest of the hive, he then rotates the structures daily by using a die to dictate which way it should be rotated. This then causes the bees to build in varied directions because of the force of gravity. It is this method that gives these sculptures a unique look, with each one being different from the other.

Gallery // Beehive Sculptures Show Intricate Structures:

Beehive Sculpture hexigons

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Beehive 3D

I think these bee Sculptures are very unique, and I haven’t seen anything quite like them. It’s important at this time, too, to note that the World’s Bee population is decreasing year-on-year, so I reckon it’s a good thing to view how great bees and and what they actually do for the world — pollinate all the flowers and crops!


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Oceanic Sheets of Glass Art by Ben Young

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Check out these stunning examples of Glass Art by Ben Young, which combines glass and concrete to create amazing pieces of sculpture art…

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wavey glass

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lighthouse in glass

waves of glass

layered glass

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Ben Young Layered Ocean Waves image


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Manhole Cover Art Photographed by S. Morita

Numerous manhole cover art examples

Japan-based Photographer S. Morita has taken scores of photographs of manhole covers throughout Japan. The manhole covers were designed by artists entering design contests, and there are now more than 6000 of these colourful and artistic covers.

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Apparently, there are loads of these that feature trees, along with landscapes, birds and floral designs, too. Check out the rest. My favourite is the one with the Panda, what’s yours?

Gallery // Manhole Cover Art

This is an example of manhole cover art which shows a tree next to some water

On this manhole cover there are flowers and the word Takahamar written

Jill metric pattern on manhole cover which is square

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