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.
These almost invisible figures are creative works of artist Rob Mullholland. Made of mirrored acrylic glass and meant to establish "a link with the natural forces" the sculptures look pretty scary, resembling aliens from the Predator movie.
Artist Thomas Kuebler who calls himself “sculptor of the bizarre” created these one-of-a-kind silicone character sculptures featuring silicone skin, acrylic or glass eyes, hand-poked and hand-laid hair, teeth and extensive detailing. Which is your favorite of these “Beggars & Freaks”?
While many of us played in a sandbox or at the beach as children, I doubt we were able to create detailed sculptures like these. From famous cartoon characters to original art pieces, these impressive sand sculptures will certainly inspire you.
It’s hard to believe that these sculptures were all made out of snow, considering their incredible detail and size. Good thing there are pictures because the sun is bound to melt these masterpieces away.
A small gallery of metal sculptures made by Zachary Max Shavrick based on the photos people sent him. People just chose whether they wanted to be a human or a monster, and the guy created sculptures for them.