Abstractly living ceramics by Johnson Cheung-shing, a Honk Kong-based artist known as Johnson Tsang, are vividly present to our eye, which combine traditional crockery like cups, bowls and plates together with vivid parts of human faces and dynamic watery splashes to create impressive visual effect.
Ornate porcelain art inspired by flowers
Amazing pencil drawing photograph alike
Delicate ceramic blooms and succulents
Violent events happening to porcelain vases
Interesting egg art - Eggventures of Eggbert
Amazing "paintings" crafted from painstakingly folded sheets of gauzy material
Glass vases and sculptures showing nature beauty of ocean wave
Wooden furniture sculptures by Swedish artist Pontus Willfors
Japanese pen & ink artist worked 10 hours a day, six days a week for 3 and half years to complete a ...
Hand blown glass vases within wooden enclosures pieces look like they're naturally formed together
Pencil drawing with great 3D illusion effect
Huge dragon sculpture made out of driftwood
Wood sculptures created out of discarded tree trunks and branches
Immersive rainbow forest formed by 60k multi-colored numbers arranged in 3D grids
Miniature sculpture of a family of elephants walking across the Serengeti that is made from a pencil