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Forgotten Faces – Irish artist captures local fishermen & characters in clay Art / Design / Handicraft

Did you ever make neat crafts out of polymer clay? For instance, beads, necklaces or other sculptures. Well, you’re likely to forget all your clay art projects, after watching these detailed clay sculptures by Irish artist Shirley Walsh of Forgotten Faces – Kinsale. Her art is creatively captivating and reminds people of some local fishermen with a thankless job.


Denim Art: Ian Berry creates incredibly detailed art using blue jeans Art / Artists / Handicraft

While for most of us blue jeans are just a piece of clothing, London-based artist Ian Berry, aka Denium, sees the world through denim. He creates incredibly detailed artworks made solely out of denim – as he believes that ‘denim’ is one of the dominant parts of urban lifestyle. His art revolves around melancholic urban spaces, usually depicting life in a city.


Bamboo Insects: Artist creates incredibly life-like insects out of bamboo Art / Design / DIY / Handicraft

Some artists are able to create such realistic sculptures that it’s hard to believe they are made by human hands. Japanese artist Noriyuki Saitoh is one immensely talented sculptor, who masters the art of capturing features of tiny insects. He contrives incredibly realistic insects using bamboo. After looking at these Bamboo Insects, you’ll be surprised at the level of realism that each sculpture displays.


Junk to Art: Captain Heartless turns old motor rots into robotic lamps Art / Design / DIY / Offbeat

While most old electronics and appliances end up in landfills, Captain Heartless gives a second life to these unused metal objects. Instead of throwing away old motor rots found in the junkyards, he turns them into interesting robotic lamps. These functional steampunk lamps will please the nerd within you while adding aesthetic industrial charm to your home or office interior.


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