Ptolemy Elrington knows exactly what to do with all of those wheel hubcaps you see littering the side of the highway. He's spent the last 12 years recycling them into beautiful and elegant animal sculptures!
San Francisco-based artist Rebecca Szeto uses paintbrushes to create her artwork, but we're betting you weren't expecting exactly how she uses them. She carves the ends of her used paintbrushes into refined renaissance ladies, and the colorful used brush hairs become...
A duo of Ukrainian artists consisting of Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev creates tiny whimsical porcelain creatures that they paint with a wildly imaginative and creative array of painstakingly detailed and brilliantly colorful designs.
I wanted to show you my last works.
I hope you'll enjoy it.
When working with metal, it takes a true master to breathe life into their artwork. Russian artist Igor Verniy does just that with his beautiful and elegant articulated steampunk animal sculptures. Their moving parts and Verniy's attention to detail makes them...
My name is Tomas Vitanovsky and I was born in the Czech Republic around 45 years ago. From an early age I've loved cars and motorbikes, and this passion has carried throughout my life. One day, I was throwing out some...
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To create focus on the war veterans with the condition of PTSD, I have put myself as a artist into the mind of them to try picture how serious this subject is.
Meet Shayna Leib, an American glassblowing artist, whose magical art can make your heart stop in amazement. She works with different materials but prefers glass "not for its mimetic qualities to capture the look of other materials, but for it’s ability...
For the last 10 years, American artist Ra Paulette has been walking alone into New Mexico's desert to work. He spends his time carving a sandstone cave that he found, turning it into a wonderful subterranean space full of light.
I'm a sculptor and art teacher. I love creating strange creatures, imps, trolls, faeries, call them what you like. I never really know who they are until I start making them.