Inspired by the fruit and vegetable paintings of Guiseppe Archimboldo, artist Freya Jobbins creates amazing sculptures using recycled toys and doll parts. See more of her incredible works on her Facebook page.
Artist Jitish Kallat used resin, paint and steel to make what appear to be fossils of vehicle-shaped monsters. According to Designboom, Kallat is referencing his own photographs of vehicles that had been set on fire during riots.
Artist Yuken Teruya is a master at cutting intricate paper shapes. For his latest exhibition Notice – Forest Teruya cut tree shapes out of cheap paper bags and then assembled the trees inside of the bags to a dramatic effect.
Gilles Azzaro used a desktop 3D printer to make this voice print of a portion of President Obama’s 2013 inauguration speech about a new industrial revolution. Regardless of the audio, the sculpture looking like a cool alien landscape.
The latest iteration of Forever Bicycles by artist and activist Ai Weiwei was made using 3000 bikes stacked side by side. The trippy installation was part of Toronto’s La Nuit Blanche art festival and will stay up until Oct. 27th.
Hong Kong-based sculptor Johnson Tsang loves to push the limits of ceramic art. One of his latest pieces is A Painful Pot, an incredible vase being constricted by a dragon. You can see work in progress shots on his website.
Believe it or not, these “clothes” are actually made of marble. They’re part of artist Alex Seton’s Elegy on Resistance, a collection of Bianco Carrara marble sculptures of hooded sweaters and sweatpants.
Sculptor Anthony Howe made a series of hypnotizing kinetic sculptures. They’re made so that even a slight breeze would make them move and reveal their true form. They’re like alien beacons of peace. More on YouTube.
Awesome limited-edition life-size busts of Street Fighter’s golden boy by POP Culture Shock. The Ryu bust has adjustable eyes while the Evil Ryu bust has glowing red LED eyes. Pre-orders start 2/18/13.