Talented Latvian artist Dmitry Okhotsky creates these amazing micro models that not only look like the originals but work like them as well. What’s more surprising is that the materials he make these creations are just some items that are usually throw in the rubbish, such as radio components, ice cream sticks, nails, cans, etc.
Lifelike animal sculptures created out of scrap metal
Delicately beautiful paintings by Japanese artist
Fragile and tiny work of art - Miniature sculptures of pencil tip
Hyper-realistic 3D digital paintings
Fruit doodles - Food art from bananas
Artist turns broken vases into work of art by using a traditional Japanese mending technique
Work of art created by spilled liquids
Art installations created from plastic and trash that wash up from 50 countries around the world mir...
Wonderful miniature sculptures of insect and other animals made from old and used parts
Massive Megaphones in the forest let you listen to the forest
Amazingly hyper-realistic drawings by self-taught Singaporean artist
Fragile works of art - Stunning glass sea life sculptures
Adorable food art
Hidden Railing Paintings
Impressive sculpture of a huge raindrop resting on the figure's face as he looks up toward the sky