People around the world talk of the mysterious monsters and creatures that are supposed to be inhabiting lakes and water bodies. Of course they remain elusive to the eye, like the famed Loch Ness monster, but there is little to deny existence of one when its skeleton shows up near a river. Well, it is […]
Artist Cheong-ah Hwang (previously here and recently on Randommization Facebook page) has a skill of creating lovely three dimensional paper sculptures. The artist creates the sculptures covering a large variety of subjects, going from fairy tales to popular culture icons, or her imagination. The set here shows the artist’s sculptures of hummingbirds. Hwang starts with […]
Had Star Wars taken place on our Earth rather than in a galaxy far, far away, we could imagine several of the characters as being personalities from Earth. Artist Michael Leavitt mashed up Star Wars characters with famous people of earth to create a series of wooden sculptures that seems to be pretty spot on, […]
Artist Keng Lye paints super realistic, life-like three dimensional “paintings” that are as realistic as things can get. The artist starts of with layers of resin that are meticulously painted one on top of the other. Eventually, the meticulous process sees the emergence of very realistic sculptures that are stunning, to say the least. The […]
These huge human organs made out of glass ask onlookers to have a huge heart, and be more thoughtful while they’re at it. A collaboration between designer Sigga Heimis and GlassLab who helped in prototyping and creating the organs, they are currently being displayed at an exhibition atDesigngalleriet in Stockholm, Sweden. The visual imagery presented […]
These mechanical sculptures are built using a wide array of metallic objects, which diversely range from spark plugs, springs and gears to spoons and forks. Bulagarian artist Dimitar Valchev creates a variety of sculptures that represent insects, birds, monsters and other forms of life.
Nikne-Kamuy, or the Japanese Ogre God sculpture by artist Takayuki Takeya (previously) is rooted in ancient Japanese history and myths from folklore. The name of the sculpture is derived from the Ainu language. Ainu are an indigenous group living in the north of Japan, and have there own language and culture, with roots probably going […]
Presumably not content with lipsticks being lipsticks, Singapore based artist May Sum converted them into artistic sculptures that show off various figures and celebrities. A good number of these sculptures come from a series entitled Woman Power. The artist’s work is not simply limited to celebrities though, and she accepts custom orders through her Etsy […]
Artist Thomas Wightman carves books or manipulates paper into these well crafted and artistic pieces.
Sculptures by artist Mandy Smith don’t really look “evil genius” until you realize that all these sculptures are objects which if used for real, would leave the term uncomfortable far behind the score. The bikini we imagine would provide a most gruesome bikini wax of all time, the toilet paper would make people fear taking […]