These hyper-realistic paintings were created by Patrick Kramer, an artist born in Kaysville, Utah, the youngest child of German immigrants. Patrick Kramer had been taking art classes throughout high school and was encouraged by his teachers to study art at Brigham Young University. "In my work, I hope the viewer senses this tension between photography and the handmade – the instantaneous and the prolonged, the ubiquitous and the unique, the impartial and the personal.” He said.
A little weird but very cool leaves made out of human hair
Ceramic hand sculpture that looks exactly like old wood
Surreal sculpture of a fallen angel in the form of an old woman with featherless wings
Contemporary ceramic art by South Korean ceramicist Haejin Lee
Stunning beautiful henna tattoos with intricate patterns
Dreamlike light installations
Beautiful works of art made out of real money
Uncharted - Awesome sculpted wax figures in the form of digital art
Eye-catching contemporary art created out of toys, jewelry, buttons, beads, etc.
Beautiful land art – Not created by aliens
Wondrous stone spheres stacked by Pennsylvania-based stone artist
Incredibly photo-realistic portraits created by renaissance painting techniques
Sweet art - Artworks made out of chocolate
Jellyfish-like tables through glass fusion
Intricate leaf cutting artworks by Iranian artist Omid Asadi