This unbelievable wooden sculpture by Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui jus created a new Guinness World Record – “the world’s longest wooden sculpture” on Nov 14, 2013. It is 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide wooden artwork, copying the famous Chinese ancient painting “Along the River During the Qingming Festival“, took Zheng 4 years to complete. The sculpture showcases a three-dimensional vivid scene of people’s living at that time with incredible details. The whole sculpture was made from a tree trunk featuring boats, bridges, building and even 550 individually carved people. Truly remarkable!
Below incredibly detailed crafted figurative sculptures are created by Korean artist Seung Mo Park carefully wrapping aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. Each sculpture of Park’s presents a remarkable attention to the delicate form of the human body as well as the naturally flowing condition of draped garments. The pleats and seams in clothing pop to life; Eyes, ears, and noses are realistically recreated. From those tightly and uniformly composed wire, you can easily imagine how much effort is need to put into each piece.
Sculpting might not be that difficult for artist, while carving on unusual material like pencil tip or crayon is quite special. California-based artist Hoang Tran created a series of amazing miniature sculptures looks like famous TV and movie characters from Star Wars, Futurama or Adventure Time. These intricate crayons sculptures including Darth Vader, Storm Troopers, R2D2 robot, Simpsons cartoon family, and even the House Sigils from Game of Thrones. Now you know there is a way way to play with your crayon. If you like these unusual sculptures, you can buy it from Tran’s etsy store.
When we talking about carving these days, the first comes into your mind probably is Pumpkin carving since Hallowean is approaching us soon. However, our today’s topic is about those incredible min lamps that made from carved eggshells. I know I should probably save it for next Easter, but I just can’t wait that long to share this awesome work from Vietnamese artist Bến Tre (Vnarts) with you. With a tiny dentist’s drill, Tre is able to inscribe these stunning works ranging from portrait to landscape to sculpture on the fragile eggshell. You can imagine how difficult the carving process will be: there is just no place for fail glyph. After those meticulous carving, artist cleverly integrate a LED lights inside the shell and create a special effect with a multitude of colors glowing from inside. Take a look at our favoriate collection below and check more about artist’s amazing works on this site.
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