Tag Archives: Sculpture

Artist Takes Balloon Twisting To The Next Level With These Sculptures

I am sure most people will be familiar with balloon twisting. You know, the thing that the clown guy does at some children party? Yeah, that. Like, who would have thought balloon twisting could be an art? I, for one, never, until I saw Masayoshi Matsumoto’s work of art. Mind you, though, Matsumoto’s balloon twisting isn’t the typical sausage-looking swords and poodle dogs. They are pretty damn complex creatures from the animal kingdom. It is incredible as it is surreal that those longish balloons could be manipulated and twisted into animals with so much details in them. Continue reading Artist Takes Balloon Twisting To The Next Level With These Sculptures

LEGO Built A Life-size Bugatti Chiron That Is Actually Drivable!

Holy mother of… LEGO actually built a replica of the Bugatti Chiron and mind you, it is not the LEGO Technic set revealed in June; it is a freaking life-size model of that supercar and it is drivable! This is must have a dream come true for LEGO super fans and the craziest since after the drivable cardboard Lexus. All told, this real-size drivable LEGO Technic Bugatti is made up of over a million LEGO Technic pieces and it took nearly 13,500 hours to construct. Continue reading LEGO Built A Life-size Bugatti Chiron That Is Actually Drivable!

Surfboards With Coastal Scenes Are How Surfboards Should Look

Surfboard belongs to the sea and therefore, it couldn’t be more fitting than one that has a design that depicts a bird’s eye view of the coastal scene like these surfboards created by Hawaii-based studio TRVLX. These surfboards are not actually functional surfboards. Though, I have no doubt the natural wood like Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus would ensure it floats, but it probably does not have the dynamics of a surfboard performs. Continue reading Surfboards With Coastal Scenes Are How Surfboards Should Look

These Instant Noodle Warrior Sculptures Deserved To Be A Cartoon

I am not sure if you will still love consuming Japanese instant noodle after seeing Taishi Arimura’s Instant Noodle Warrior Sculptures. What this young graphic designer from Tokyo did was, he weaved a person out of fake noodles and then sprucing up each figure with armor of sort using actual instant noodle Styrofoam packaging to result in strangely attractive ‘noodle warriors’. Final touch to each of these ‘noodle warriors’ includes equipping each with a weapon of either single use fork or chopsticks (there’s one with what appeared to be an egg-based food as its shield). Continue reading These Instant Noodle Warrior Sculptures Deserved To Be A Cartoon

Here’s A Look At Street Artist RISK’s Massive Scraps-made Shark Sculpture

Modern day legendary street artist RISK continues to surprise and wow audience with this impressive shark sculpture. It does not have a name yet, or at least not that we know of. This work of art here, seen hanging in RISK’s undisclosed studio, is made up of countless scrap materials and it is HUGE. Anyways, RISK, as he explain on his Instagram page, is inspired by the various who did the same before him. He felt the need to carry on the torch lit by the people who did the same. Here are the man’s words straight from his Instagram post: Continue reading Here’s A Look At Street Artist RISK’s Massive Scraps-made Shark Sculpture

LEGO Marks The Launch Of LEGO Voltron With 6 Feet Tall LEGO Voltron

Marking the release of the much anticipated LEGO Ideas 21311 Voltron Set, LEGO has commissioned a large scale LEGO Voltron model. But really, just how ‘large scale’ we are talking about here? Well, it is of man-size, alright. It is 6 feet (1.82 meters) of awesomeness, packing over 28,000 LEGO elements, that has some 233 hours in design and construction behind it. Continue reading LEGO Marks The Launch Of LEGO Voltron With 6 Feet Tall LEGO Voltron

Persian Rug Animal Sculptures: Where Animals Emerged From Persian Rugs

Have you ever ‘seen’ images in pattern, textured walls and floors? I am sure some of us have sometimes and so does British sculptor Debbie Lawson. Lawson not only see images, but she turn what she thought she may seen into sculptures that are incredibly surreal and mind-blowing. This particular series is related to animals and old style Persian rugs (she has experimented with other materials too). OK. Maybe they are mostly bears and old-fashioned rugs, really. Continue reading Persian Rug Animal Sculptures: Where Animals Emerged From Persian Rugs

Artist Creates Clay Macarons With Disturbingly Realistic Faces Of Babies

From cake with poppable pimples to shag rugs-lookalike cake to non-edible pot pie with anthropomorphic faces, the world is certainly not lacking of bizarre and sometimes disturbing food, fake or real. Well, it looks like it is not going to stop. It seems like more are being uncovered every now and then, and here’s another by Holland-based Singapore artist by the name Lim Qi Xuan. Lim, also known by the pseudonym Quimmy Shimmy, is the creator of this rather disturbing clay macarons that bear incredibly realistic faces of babies. Continue reading Artist Creates Clay Macarons With Disturbingly Realistic Faces Of Babies

Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Appeared To Be Held Up By Two Giant Hands

There is a stark difference between photography/videography of a place and actually visiting it. I have reasons to believe it will be the case for this impressive golden bridge propped on the hills of Đà Nẵng’s Bà Nà in Vietnam. I am sure some of you were captivated by the feature image of a bridge that is seemingly held by a pair of giant hands. Continue reading Vietnam’s Golden Bridge Appeared To Be Held Up By Two Giant Hands

Ogilvy & Mather’s LEGO Campaigns Made Me Want To Buy More LEGO Sets

It is probably just me, but in all seriousness, you can’t deny these images of LEGO will make you adore this world’s famous brick all over again. Created by Asawin Tejasakulsin, senior art director at Ogilvy & Mather Thailand, the advertising campaigns include two series, one named Imagine and the other, Build the Future. The campaigns serve to “amplify the childhood wonder central to the LEGO brand, devising playful scenarios that successfully interact with reality.” Continue reading Ogilvy & Mather’s LEGO Campaigns Made Me Want To Buy More LEGO Sets