Korean artist Yong Ho Ji creates jaw-dropping sculptures using layers of recycled automobile tires. His new creations are mutants of the original rubber:
Artist Jitish Kallat used resin, steel and some paint to create these bizarre bone vehicles. Sculptures were part of the India Contemporary exhibition in the GEM Museum of Contemporary Art in The Hague…
A diver has almost been swallowed by a giant whale shark during a feeding frenzy near Isla Mujeres, Mexico, where more than 600 of 40-foot long whale sharks converged to feed on tuna spawn.
Artist Ingrid Dabringer uses acrylic paint to create these wonderful map paintings.
Artist Lorenzo Duran finds the perfect leaf and then carefully cuts away at it until he makes this amazingly delicate art.
Rustam Valeev is a 20-year-old artist from the city of Sterlitamak in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. He used chalk to create these wonderful street portraits:
Artist Bashir Sultani creates amazing celebrity portraits using only salt, a razor blade and Q-tips. Sultani started drawing art with salt just couple month ago but his works are already stunning.
Artist James Charles used REAL dollar bills to create these currency alterations featuring many recognizable characters. The dollars were part of exhibit called American Iconomics in San Francisco’s Shooting Gallery. See if you can recognize all of them:
Just in case you had hard time visualizing what does E.coli bacteria look like, artist Luke Jerram makes wonderful glass sculptures that try to capture the beauty of some of the world’s most deadly viruses.
Canadian bubble artist Fan Yang shows off his tricks as he prepares to take his magic Gazillion Bubble Show to Shanghai, China.