Singaporean artist Ivan Hoo created amazingly life-like artworks on wooden boards. These hyper-realistic are drawn on boards of wood by using colored pencils, pastels and ink, “I always love to draw realistic art or artworks that tease the eyes and the brain, by working on wood, it gives me a lot of dimension and ideas to create something close to reality and it works really well with pastels, too.” said the self-taught artist.
Vividly photorealistic drawings on simple boards of wood created by self-taught artist
Delicate book sculptures created out of old books found in secondhand bookstore
The artist crafts steampunk spiders and crabs with parts of antique watches, cameras and medical equ...
Delicate artwork out of feathers depicting the silhouettes of birds
Work of art created by spilled liquids
Ocean wave paintings with mesmerizing light and translucent effects
Beautiful horse sculptures made out of driftwood
The world's longest wooden sculpture
Large-scale detailed rose paintings
Paper artist uses traditional paper stencil technique to create stylized artworks
Amazing finger paintings
Realistic ball pen portraits on newspaper
Handmade glass art by "Glass Symphony"
Idyllic landscape paintings on wood slices remind people to protect nature
Ceramic figures created out of ancient materials and traditional process
Oil paintings showing every detail of minerals and crystals
America created out of 1000 burning matches
One-of-a-kind wood sculptures and home decor items
Creative packing tape art
Street art in nooks and crannies by French artist Cal
Imaginative ceramic sculptures