The Statue of Liberty is one of the great symbols of American freedom. Pastry artist Amaury Guichon celebrates this gift from France with an incredible, edible version of Lady Liberty. It’s Amaury’s tallest showpiece to date, measuring 7 feet tall and weighing 115 pounds.
We’re all pretty familiar with what the Statue of Liberty looks like from outside, but unless you’ve taken a tour, its insides are a mystery. 3D artist Jared Owen dissects NYC’s iconic landmark, ripping the skin off of Lady Liberty to expose her inner structure. If you liked this one, check out Jared’s video on the Eiffel Tower.
For two decades, a statue of Buddha sat alone at the Makomanai Takino Cemetery in Sapporo, Japan. More recently, architect Tadao Ando built a man-made covering all but the top of the statue’s head, hiding the rest of the religious icon inside an observation gallery beneath a lavender-covered hill.
The goose in Untitled Goose Game causes all kinds of trouble. Thanks to Nihilist Grandma, you can put this annoying avian to good use. Their 3D-printed statue has a strong magnet installed under its beak for holding small tools, keys, or other metal objects. Comes in 9″ and 14″ sizes. Expect lengthy ship times due to popularity.
The What’s Inside channel is usually slicing objects open to see their innards. But in this clip, they don’t do any damage, instead just taking us on an exclusive tour of the presidential heads at South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore National Memorial, along with the secret vault that was supposed to store important historical documents.
Chronicle Collectibles and Cinemaquette teamed up to create a 78″ tall T-800 Endoskeleton statue. Based on the robot’s appearance in Terminator: Genisys, the statue is chrome plated, has LED eyes and articulated forearms and fingers. Limited to 100 units.
Beloved game developer CD Projekt Red just launched a merchandise store. Its flagship offering is this limited edition 12″ tall Geralt Ronin Figure. The statue depicts the hero of the Witcher series as a samurai. It’s made from polystone, comes with two heads, and is hand-painted.
Gecco is offering this sixth-scale statue of the modern warrior Hachiro Oka in his elite Hard Suit from the animated movie spinoff of the brutal manga series Gantz. The statue’s cords have metal wire for poseability, and Oka’s face hides underneath the detachable mask.
Alvaro Gracia Montoya of MetaBallStudios likes to demonstrate the relative sizes of various objects. In their latest video, they start out with a 1.4″ tall paleolithic statue all the way up to India’s colossal 787 foot-tall Statue of Unity. And here we thought Mount Rushmore was huge.
First 4 Figures made this sick statue of Fullmetal Alchemist‘s adorable living armor, Alphonse Elric. The statue comes in gray and silver variants, as well as deluxe editions that come with a light-up Philosopher’s Stone. The statue also comes with an extra comical head.
Sideshow Collectibles is making a trio of statues based on Bruce Timm’s iconic designs from the DC Comics Animated Series shows. First up is the square-jawed Batman in his black and gray costume. The 16″ tall statue comes with a swappable hand with a grappling gun.
Sculpted by Paul Harding for Gentle Giant, each of the Wolverine Collector’s Gallery statues commemorates the various iconic looks of the famous X-Men member. There’s Wolverine ’74, Wolverine ’80, Wolverine ’92 and Wolverine ’08 aka “Old Man Logan.”
The fearsome and funny villain from the original Metal Gear Solid gets three amazing statues from First 4 Figures. The regular edition comes with one masked head, the exclusive edition comes with an extra unmasked head, and the optic camo edition has a ghostly gray finish.
A very cool interpretation of The Penguin, as designed by Ivan Reis and Chiaroscuro Studios. This detailed 7.1″ hand-painted polystone figure includes a tiny seabird with a rocket launcher backpack, a deadly looking pointy umbrella, and the longest cigarette we’ve ever seen.