Luca Iaconi-Stewart, a talented San Francisco-based designer and a stickler for perfection, made this 1:60 scale highly detailed reproduction of a Boeing 777 by using Paper Manilla Folders. Beginning in 2008, when Iaconi-Stewart was a junior in high school, inspired by high school architecture class he started the project, and after 5 years he hopefully completes it this summer.
Beautiful land art – Not created by aliens
Artworks of palettes
Peace Day and The Fallen Project - Temporary art installation of 9000 figures hand-Drawn in the sand...
Paper artist uses traditional paper stencil technique to create stylized artworks
Lifelike animal sculptures created out of scrap metal
Adorable food art
Traditional embroidered Temari balls
A translucent pavilion of architectural elements built from wire mesh
Genetic portraits of relatives and family members
One-of-a-kind wooden vases crafted out of raw chunks of logs
Delicately beautiful paintings by Japanese artist
Ceramic hand sculpture that looks exactly like old wood
Surreal pencil drawings in the form of lips
Amazing sand drawings inspired by the crop circles phenomenon
Beautiful "flower paintings" created out of plant parts