Jasenko Đorđević, a Bosnian born in Tulza, takes the dark pencil core and uses an X-acto knife and tiny chisel to turn it into modern art. The sculptor turns pencil tips into detailed pencil-tip sculptures like shapes of people, superheroes and trains, etc, whose inspiration comes from the work of Dalton Ghetti.
The world's longest wooden sculpture
Lifelike paintings by Robin Eley
The art of fruit and vegetable carving is elevated to a new realm in the hands of food artist Gaku
Wire art inspired by fantasy and nature
Hyperrealistic oil paintings of feminine portraits
Cool 3D anamorphic pencil drawings by a young artist in Japan
Detailed wooden sculptures look like real animals
Amazing gravity-defying stone balancing art looks like magic - Gravity is the only "Glue" to hold th...
Oil paintings showing every detail of minerals and crystals
Textile anatomical specimens
Delicate porcelain sculptures by Kate McDowell
Amazing landscapes created out of old books
Beautiful paper sculptures
Geometric paper creatures by Buenos Aires-based artist duo
Pen drawings look real photographs alike