It is called Cyclisk, a monumental sculpture created by Northern California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector. It is a 65-foot-tall, 10,000-pound obelisk made out of around 340 bicycles, and one tricycle. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Obelisk made out of Bicycles”
Crayon Totem Sculpture
These crayons sculptures were carved by artist Diem Chau. More picture after the jump. Continue reading “Crayon Totem Sculpture”
Peter Rolfe’s Sculptural Furniture
This sexy sculpture furniture is created by Peter Rolfe. It has a drawers at the front and back. Made of Birch Ply with Oak Drawers and Cedar Drawer Bottoms.
Peter: My current work is heavily influenced by nature, using shapes that we all recognize but would not be traditionally thought of as furniture forms.
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14-foot Optimus Prime
A Transformers fan from Taiwan has built a 14-foot Optimus Prime with useless items he found in his garage. This project has taken him two weeks to complete. Video after the jump.
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Pencil Art by Jennifer Maestre
A beautiful sculptures with pencils by Jennifer Maestre from Johannesburg, South Africa. The sculptures itself were inspired by the form and function of the sea urchin, so dangerous yet beautiful. To make a pencil sculptures, she took hundreds of pencils, cut them into 1-inch sections, drill a hole in each section, and sharpen them all and sew them together. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Pencil Art by Jennifer Maestre”