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Delicate Handmade Glass Animal Sculptures

Handmade Glass Animal Sculptures

Ukrainian glass artist Nikita Drachuk creates mind blowing handmade glass animal sculptures. Her delicate glass animal sculptures include spiders, grasshopper, octopi and other critters. He uses as method called lampworking, where a lamp or torch is used to melt rods of colored glass. Once in a molten state, the glass can be formed by blowing and shaping with various tools and small movements.

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Children Sculptures Made From Books To Recruit School Librarians

Children Made From Books

Unique children sculptures made from books created to promote the benefits of reading. The Yokahama City Board of Education launched this creative ad campaign seeking to recruit school librarians have a love of books and can pass that onto their students.

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5,000 Melting Ice Sculptures In Birmingham Commemorate Victims Of WWI

5,000 Melting Ice Sculptures In Birmingham Commemorate Victims Of WWI

The exhibition called Minimum Monument took place in Birmingham. 5000 ice sculptures were placed on the steps by the public to remember the men and women – who made sacrifices in #WWI. The Brazilian artiset Nele Azevedo placed the sculptures in Chamberlain Square.

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Giant Crocodile Sculpture Made With Snow

Giant crocodile sculpture made with snow

A seven metre long ice sculpture of a crocodile made by a retired art teacher Liu Qingwu and his friends in Jilin City, Jilin Province, China. It took him around 10 days to complete this giant crocodile sculpture.

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Incredible Embroidered Sculptures of Butterflies, Moths & Other Insects

Embroidered Butterfly Sculptures

These beautiful textile sculptures of months, butterflies, and other insects created by North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita with various textile and embroidery techniques. Each piece is inspired from realism of nature then manipulated into the world of imagination.

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