Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night was carved into an amazing Halloween pumpkin by the MoMa (The Museum of Modern Art).
Nathan Sawaya, a former lawyer who gave up his lucrative profession to become one of only a handful of LEGO artists in the world, has more than 1.5 million colored bricks in his New York art studio and spends 12 – 14 hours a day working on his sculptures.
An exhibition of giant sand sculptures, featuring replicas of world’s greatest sights opened in Bogota, Colombia. The world’s best sand artists have worked for months to recreate the Great Wall of China, the Egyptian pyramids, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal and many more.
Artist Brock Davis designed this redheaded stallion hairpiece for Esquire’s Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut – coming out in the October 2011 issue. The awesome hair-do was then created by his friend Amy Meyer.
Artist Cayce Zavaglia creates truly amazing embroidered portraits. Her impossibly layered artworks look more like paintings than something made with a needle and a thread.
How about that? Leandro Granato, an artist from Buenos Aries, paints using only his eye as a paintbrush. First he puts the paint into his nose, next he forces the paint up through his eye and finally he squirts it onto a canvas.
Artist Mary Ellen Croteau made this amazing self-portrait out of recycled plastic bottle caps. Notice how she used sets of nested plastic bottle caps to achieve a much deeper color palette than otherwise possible.
Artist Ignacio Torres created his newest project entitled ‘Stellar’, a collection of magical 3D GIFs, inspired by the theory that humans are made from the cosmic matter from a star’s death…
During the annual GÄSTE trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business in Leipzig, Germany, the vegetable carving elite gathered for the first European competition of its craft.
Mozart Guerra, a Brazilian born, Paris-based artist makes trippy sculptures using nylon rope and styrofoam.