With the help of a team of craftsmen, James Doran-Webb, a talented British-born artist, created these life-sized horse sculptures by using driftwood found on the beach, of which every single piece was carefully handpicked by artists, and each sculpture took them 1,000 to 3,000 hours to finish.
Artist turns broken vases into work of art by using a traditional Japanese mending technique
Imaginative creatures made by Japanese artist Hiroshi Shinno with resin and brass
Hyper-realistic 3D murals on city walls created by French street artist
Delicate wire animal sculptures that can only be seen from the correct angle
Genetic portraits of relatives and family members
Realistically hand-carved wood figures by Italian artist Peter Demetz
Fantastic photographs of the Burning Man Festival
Vibrant murals of aquatic animals on the ground only show up when it rains
Impressive photo-realistic drawings focusing on climate change
Intricately beautiful candle carving craft
Adorable animal sculptures made from recycled CDs and DVDs
Stunning fish lamps
Every leaf traps CO2 - Creative leaf art
Handmade glass art by "Glass Symphony"
Amazingly large-scale and detailed paintings by artist Hirothropologie