Can piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.
Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based artistic duo, has unveiled their “Overlook” woodcut print, an epic work of art that they spent the last 2 years (on and off) designing and making. The dedicated duo, which runs the Tugboat...
Talented Washington-based artist and furniture-maker Greg Klassen's beautiful river- and lake-like desks and tables straddle the line between furniture and art. Due to his relationship with a local sawmill, Klassen has access to pieces of raw wood, which means that he...
Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira has applied his strange but beautiful signature style of sculpture to an amazing installation of monumental proportions, creating a twisted network of gigantic tree roots that can be explored from the inside. The epic piece of work,...
Although you might think these sculptures by Christopher David White are made of wood, they are actually solid ceramic sculptures. Using clay as his medium, the US-based artist creates hyper-realistic sculptures through which he explores the relationship between nature, man and...
Sculptor Jeffro Uitto uses driftwood which he finds on the coast of Washington to construct intricate and exquisite sculptures.
Robotics enthusiasts in Russia built a robot ostrich, and claim it to be he world's second "full step" bi-pedal robot after Honda's ASIMO. The robot was built on a budget of around 1500 USD only!