People like to say “awww, he thinks he’s people” when they see an animal standing on two legs, but sometimes, they may not know how close they are to the truth. George is a cat that prefers to stand on two legs and looks like he intends to one day become a real person and take over the world.
Amezaiku, the art of making realistic animal lollipops, has been a Japanese tradition since the 8th century, but 26 year-old Shinri Tezuka is the young master making it famous again. There is no cheap or convenient way to mass produce the candy, and the artists have to endure painful heat when working the hot candy by hand.
Though it may seem implausible, these translucent orbs bursting with activity and life are made entirely from glass by New Jersey-based artist Paul Stankard, largely considered to be the father of modern glass paperweights.
Elaborate book covers have been Aniko Kolesnikova’s passion since 2009. The Latvian designer-artist, working under the name Mandarin Duck, specializes in creating dragon-, animal-, bird-, fantasy-, and nature-inspired polymer journals. She occasionally takes custom orders, too.
3D epoxy floors let you experience the thrill of going to the toilet in public by using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space.
Buenos Aires-based art director and digital artist Martín De Pasquale is called a Photoshop wizard by some, and not without reason – his masterful digital photo manipulations blur the boundaries between dreams and reality and between humor and fear. He even deals with the issues of life and death, mainly focusing on mortality and the vulnerability of human body.
Wait a second, are we about to be invaded and overrun by giant fluffy dogs? If these perfectly-timed photographs are anything to go by, then it appears it's already happening. Can you imagine a world ruled by mammoth pugs, St. Bernards taller than coastlines or an era where man's best-friend takes YOU for a walk?
Israeili artist Ronit Baranga (born in 1973) uses clay and porcelain to craft some really disturbing tableware that would probably instantly make you lose your appetite.
Scott Bisson is an glass artist based in Philomath, Oregon. The artist’s handmade, glass blown animal sculptures are amazing works of art and can be found in numerous galleries and homes around the world.
Italian artist Giulia Bernardelli takes spilt food & drink and creates amazing works of art, turning a disaster into something beautiful. Honey, ice cream & coffee are used to create intricate illustrations and portraits.