I featured the LEGO art of Nathan Sawaya a few years ago. As time has past, he has launched new sculptures on his website, and some have been selected and posted here.
All sculptures by Dmitriy Khristenko (a.k.a. dkart71 at deviantART).
The elaborate mixed-media sculptures of Kris Kuksi. His work reflects today’s world where “(…) mankind is oftentimes frivolous and fragile, being driven primarily by greed and materialism. He hopes that his art exposes the fallacies of Man, unveiling a new level of awareness to the viewer.”  Warning: This post may contain images with nudity. […]
“Macro” is a sculpture series by Romulo Celdran.
Gerry Judah‘s paintings “are a direct response to conflict across the globe, and the impact of that violence, whether it is the consequence of war or natural disaster.”  He’s also interested in altering urban landscape and exploring the dynamic of construction and destruction.
Note: Contains nudity. Artist Marcus Levine can take three days to two months to make a nail art composition. The number of nails used will vary from 15,000 to his largest sculpture with 52,000. And an interesting fact is that Levine hammers directly the metal-heads into a composite wood board without following a draft. Notes […]
“L017” is a collaborative project by Angelo Bramanti (founder of art blog, Acidolatte) and Giuseppe Siracusa. Some of their work includes faces and skulls coming to life from recycled records, and Plexiglas.
Artist Long-Bin Chen makes amazing replicas of human monuments.
Sculptor Ann-Wili Highfield works with diverse materials such as ink, watercolours, archival cotton paper, cotton thread, copper pipe, timber block, and more.
The wacky art creations of Eva Kotatkova.