Newspapers are (shockingly) still a highly popular way to get news and information, although the internet and TV have definitely cut into the market share. Most of us have a grandparent who has a stash of old newspapers in their home, and it inevitably makes the whole place smell old and musty. Luckily, some artists [...]
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Now, when most people think of pumpkin carvings, they thing of cutting out the center of the pumpkin, and then removing some pieces of the skin to create a pumpkin carving. Then, they put a light or candle in the middle, and it glows, illuminating the face of the carving they created. However, there are [...]
Pumpkin carving is a popular tradition for Halloween, as people pick out pumpkins from the local pumpkin patch and spend their time crafting a work of art. Most people elect to carve scary looking pumpkins, or if they are feeling especially creative, they decorate one like a celebrity or famous character. But the pumpkins in [...]
Sculptor and artist Anne Lemanski created numerous sculptures to represent endangered animals, who struggle to survive in today’s harsh and unfriendly world. Bereft of their natural habitats, these creatures struggle to compete with the suburban sprawl of the human landscape.
Tires. They’re not just good for putting on your wheels and driving around. A number of artists have come up with clever, inventive ways to use old, disused tires and turn them into real works of art—particularly those in the form of animals.
Katie Olivas is a self-described “multimedia artist” who works with everything from prints and paintings to sculptures. Her current body of work, titled “Misery Children” has been sculpted into various forms. They force us to question the definition of ‘cuteness’ and draw a fine line between horror and beauty.
Sculpted in super sculpey and painted with acrylic paint, these wonderful sculptures were chiseled by ~Kahiah of DeviantArt, who’s put a lot of work and effort into these fantasy and Steampunk-themed pieces.
Dalton Ghetti is famous for his miniature sculptures. He turns mundane pencils into the most eyepopping miniature graphite sculptures with skill and finesse.
The Australian seaside town of Geelong is home to a hundred artistically enhanced bollards—thick wooden posts on wharfs, intended for a ship’s rope to be secured—sculpted by artist Jan Mitchell and hand-painted to depict the people and events of the town.