Japanese barista Kazuki Yamamoto creates amazing 3D latte art for visitors of Cafe10g in Osaka. Besides the 3D foamy milk sculptures, Yamamoto also makes some incredible flat latte art. Check out photos of his work…
Artists from around the world gathered at the annual Snow & Ice Sculpture Festival in Bruges, Belgium, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Disneyland Paris. The festival opened on November 25 and runs until January 15 2012.
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.
Mozart Guerra, a Brazilian born, Paris-based artist makes trippy sculptures using nylon rope and styrofoam.
The 6th Straw Land Art Festival was recently held near the village of Lug, on a crop field near the nature park Kopacki rit, in Baranja region, north east Croatia. It’s an annual international event aimed to promote straw sculpting and land art. To summit up – sorta like Burning Man made with straws.
Korean artist Yong Ho Ji creates jaw-dropping sculptures using layers of recycled automobile tires. His new creations are mutants of the original rubber:
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.
Arthrobots are unique steampunk insects created by British artist Tom Hardwidge, made from deactivated ammunition, watch parts and other recycled materials.