Dalton Ghetti Pencil Sculptures

These stunning Pencil Sculptures are by artist Dalton Ghetti. As I’m sure you’ll agree, they’re simply amazing. As can be seen in the image below, Dalton sculpts the pencil graphite to create miniature sculptures on heads of pencils. My personal favourite is the one above, where a heart has been carved from the pencil wood itself. He sure must have a steady hand to complete such works. Here are some more examples…

Dalton Ghetti pencil 2

Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs by Talented Sculptor Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

This colorful sculpture work was craftily created by Chilean sculptor/artist, Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia. She has created this set of works (which I have chosen a selection from to form the gallery below) by stuffing fabric orbs or ‘balls’ to form intricate and fascinating patterns to form textile artwork…

Gallery // Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs

balls of cloth on display on wall

Pencil Sculptures by Jennifer Maestre

Luna Pencil Sculpture

Here are some wonderful pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre. As can be seen, the artworks are made entirely from coloured pencil-ends. I really love the “Luna Pencil Sculpture” shown above. Here are some more:

Incredible Dust Sculpture Art by Ujin Lee

dust sculpture art image

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…

Fluorescent Water by Mark Mawson

fluorescent water

This stunning collection of photos showing fluorescent water is from a project named “Aqueous Fluoreau Inspired by the vibrant colours that brighten up everyday life.” They are from London & Sydney based Mark Mawson, who spends his time between the two locations shooting for advertising agencies & magazines.

Can Art from Canstruction

Marilyn Monroe tribute art

This gallery showcases Can Art entries that won a charitable contest by Canstruction. Different-sized cans and tins are used in conjunction with coloured-labels to create pieces of art for a worthy cause. When their yearly competitions reach their end, all of the food used in the Can-Art sculptures are donated to local food banks. These distribute the food to community emergency feeding programs. Don’t forget to check out the Hot Dog, Big Bird and the Killer Whale in the gallery.