Judith Braun, a New York based painter, created amazing paintings of landscapes and patterns using own fingers dipped in charcoal dust instead of paintbrush.
Delicately Complex Animal Paper Cuts by Patrick Cabral
Spectacular sand drawings
No one was allowed to open it until digitization - The world's oldest multicolored printed book crea...
Detailed wooden sculptures look like real animals
Dynamic wood sculptures by Taiwanese contemporary artist Hsu Tung Han
Surreal sculpture of a fallen angel in the form of an old woman with featherless wings
Alien-like light paintings by Finnish artist Hannu Huhtamo
Sculptural picture frames perfectly fusing with tree roots and branches
Hyper-realistic 3D murals on city walls created by French street artist
Satirical illustrations revealing the flaws in today's society
Stone sculptures by José Manuel Castro López that look like fabric creases
Splashes of stainless steel sculptures by Chinese artist Zheng Lu
Wondrous stone spheres stacked by Pennsylvania-based stone artist
Modern furniture sculptures by Dutch artist Sebastian Brajkovic
Sculptural pieces of encrusting flowers with stabilised crystals