In 2012, Ann Arbor based artist Math Monahan, designed and created Between, an installation consisting in two collections of braided books arranged in a circular form, placed in separate parts of the University of Michigan library. The arrangement holds together only by its circular form, allowing the pages to unfold in time back into ordinary books.
These wonderful pieces of art are the work of UK based sculptor Barbara Franc, who draws inspiration from the shapes and sculptural forms of animals. Using wire, metal, and other recycled and discarded materials, she creates these unique pieces, capturing the
akir Gkeba doesn't think that toilet paper belongs only in the toilet. There is also an artistic side to it, and the artist exploited it to its fullest. He turns these oh so ordinary objects into whimsical pieces of art. Check out these amazing toilet paper
Ellen Jewett creates these amazing and painstakingly intricate animal sculptures. Each piece is entirely handmade, beginning with a handmade metal armature over which light weight clay is sculpted. The painting is done with acrylic pigments and the embedded eyes
Regardt van der Meulen is a practising artist who currently resides in Johannesburg. At the core of his works resides the human body, with its strength and fragility, uncovering its fears and illusion of safety.
Chris Maynard is an American artist and biologist whose slight obsession with feathers turns into amazing works of art. His creations honor both the feather's natural forms and the birds they came from.
“The Guardians of Time” relates to the idea that since the beginning of time mankind has had protectors, both for historic and mystical reasons. It seems that only man himself is a potential source of danger for his own existence.
Amusing, yet slightly unsettling, these creative sculptures are the work of Australian artist Freya Jobbins. The need to create art from recycled materials in a society that is overspending on plastic toys, is where she draws inspiration from, alongside the
Scottish artist David Mach transforms simple everyday items, like wire coat hangers, into amazing works of art. His large scale sculptures series includes a collection of animals like gorillas, bears, tigers, human sculptures, and a Mickey Mouse head.