Japanese artist Gaku shows us the charm of food carving (called mukimono in Japan) with his fruit and vegetable carving pieces, of which most are inspired by traditional Japanese motifs. Gaku uses an x-acto knife to cut out the designs on a fruit or vegetable he buys from the local grocery store. More carving works from Gaku you can appreciate on his Instagram.
Unique artworks made from toilet paper
Abstract porcelain clay faces by artist Johnson Tsang
Adorable illustrations represent that love is in our daily lives
Blurred perspective oil paintings of cityscapes by Italian artist Valerio D'Ospina
Interesting egg art - Eggventures of Eggbert
Delicate wire animal sculptures that can only be seen from the correct angle
Delicately fantastic sculptures merging animals and plants
Spectacular sand drawings
Art installations created from plastic and trash that wash up from 50 countries around the world mir...
Beautiful sculptures made out of discarded keys and coins
Incredible body art illusions - A vivid chameleon consisting of two body-painted women
Unzipped rocks by Japanese artist Hirotoshi Ito
Optical illusion murals by anonymous street artist
Minimalist One Continuous Line Tattoos Iranian-German Artist
Artist Carol Milne created glass knits with a technique invented by herself