These amazingly surrealistic ceramic sculptures are created by Hongkong-based artist Johnson Tsang, as a sculptor, who specializes in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art works. Johnson Tsang’s works usually integrate “human beings” and “objects” as create elements into inspiration, whose works have been exhibited in many countries and regions around the world since 1993.
Imaginative ceramic sculptures
Oil paintings showing every detail of minerals and crystals
Intricate animals sculptures transformed from recycled and discarded materials
Skull Bas-reliefs In Mother Of Pearl Shells
Floral illustrations of beauty, romance and love
To embed layers of glass in unexpected places
Street artist paints intimate portraits on wall of abandoned buildings that look like they're tellin...
A little weird but very cool leaves made out of human hair
Sculptural portraits emerge from trees
Beautiful hand painting artworks created by Italian artist
Bouquets created out spare utensils
Peace Day and The Fallen Project - Temporary art installation of 9000 figures hand-Drawn in the sand...
Artworks Of Shadow
Ultra-realistic oil paintings of girl portraits created by artist Yigal Ozeri
An unusually interactive installation that invites visitors to feel on 100,000 miniature porcelain s...
Autumn color spreading on the ground proves the beauty of the fallen leaves
Beautiful sakura made of buttons, beads, and pins
Realistic pastries made from porcelain and glass
Incredibly photo-realistic portraits created by renaissance painting techniques
Steampunk animal sculptures full of life made from scrap metal
Beautiful Paper Cuttings By Self-taught Japanese Artist Akira Nagaya