This creative guy has found a way of using duct tape to bring 3D scenes into life on the streets.
These grain silos in Northam, Western Australia were recently painted and they are now massive works of art.
Hyperrealist painter, Patrick Kramer, is from Utah and uses his talent to create paintings that look like exact replicas of real life. Each work can take 50-300 hours each.
These ordinary pencils are transformed into amazing mini sculptures by Salavat Fidai who is a master carver.
Pablo Picasso’s art changed a lot at different ages of his life and it is quite a fascination progression to see.
Rick Merian recreates images of famous movie characters and stars using a wood burning technique called pyrography. The end result are detailed portraits that are pretty awesome.
Joakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger recreate some of the world’s most iconic photographs in 3D.
The At the Art In Island museum in Manila, Philippines is an interactive experience where visitors take part in the art around them. It looks like a lot of fun.
These stunning statues are delicately crafted out of wood and they are eerily realistic.
This piece of art is called “The Clock” and it is designed to depict a blown up version of a microchip. Surprisingly it actually works and is able to tell the time.
It truly is a masterpiece!
Red Hong Yi is an artist who likes to explore different materials. Her most recent portrait was made using 20,000 teabags and is aptly named, “teh tarik man" which means tea seller.
Jacek Yerka is a Polish artist who has a skill for creating art called “4siders”. This unusual work actually changes as it is rotated meaning that you see something new at every angle. Wow impressive!
We have all being bored enough at one time or another to draw silly pictures during class but these people have elevated the skill level of these doodles to amazing new heights.
This animated short film created by Danny Madden took him 2 years of work.
Robert Gonsalves is the Canadian artist behind these incredible paintings that will completely blow your mind.
Enjoy the beauty of traditional Japanese wood joinery.
These creative girls turn ordinary rooms into stunning hideaways that come to life when the lights are turned off.
These paintings were used in "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi" and these photos show their creators in the process of painting them as well as the finished product.
The New Zealand Maori people have a unique culture and history. A Russian master made these knives alone and the work is really impressive.
The Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival is held each year in the northern city of Harbin, China. Crowds attend to see the amazing ice sculptures on display and this year was as remarkable as ever.