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Amazingly realistic animals made out of wood, e.g. birds, rodents, eagle, squirrel, etc. are created by Russian artist Sergey Bobkov. Each work of art requires high level of concentration and takes many hours to complete.

Amazingly realistic animals made out of wood, e.g. birds, rodents, eagle, squirrel, etc. are created by Russian artist Sergey Bobkov. Each work of art requires high level of concentration and takes many hours to complete.

Joo Heng Tan's spectacular sand work replicates a bench, tree and rolling hills in one of his amazing pieces

Joo Heng Tan's spectacular sand work replicates a bench, tree and rolling hills in one of his amazing pieces

Ever since he was a child, Jasenko Đorđević (aka @TOLDart) has been drawn to miniatures. As an adult, this fascination grew, leading him to develop an incredible craft carving intricate sculptures from an unconventional material—graphite. Now, Đorđević transforms the tips of pencils into small works of art, depicting subjects like flowers, animals, and portraits, all of which have to be magnified to fully appreciate the minute details.

Incredibly Intricate Sculptures Carved from the Tips of Pencils

Ever since he was a child, Jasenko Đorđević (aka @TOLDart) has been drawn to miniatures. As an adult, this fascination grew, leading him to develop an incredible craft carving intricate sculptures from an unconventional material—graphite. Now, Đorđević transforms the tips of pencils into small works of art, depicting subjects like flowers, animals, and portraits, all of which have to be magnified to fully appreciate the minute details.

Teal/Jade Foglio: David Patchen: Art Glass Vase - Artful Home

Flame Foglio by David Patchen (Art Glass Vessel

Theo Jansen's "Strandbeest" sculptures are more like a species of artificial animals than a work of art. Their movements are incredibly life-like. Meaning "beach animals" in Dutch, Jansen's creations move with the wind and are made with plastic tubes and lemonade bottles. In the future, he wants to equip them with artificial intelligence, so they know to avoid the water and not drown.

Theo Jansen's "Strandbeest" sculptures are more like a species of artificial animals than a work of art. Their movements are incredibly life-like. Meaning "beach animals" in Dutch, Jansen's creations move with the wind and are made with plastic tubes and lemonade bottles. In the future, he wants to equip them with artificial intelligence, so they know to avoid the water and not drown.

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