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Wonderful Sculptures Made Out Of Scrap Car Parts

Australian artist James Corbett has created these wonderful sculptures using old car parts salvaged from scrap yards. His sculptures are made from gears, radiators, spark plugs and exhausts. Just have a look and guess how creative they are! – Photos & Text via Wonderful Sculptures Made Out Of Scrap Car Parts | The Wondrous Design Magazine.

London’s Skyline Made Out Of Food

Carl Warner and his team of five model makers have done really incredible work. They used 26 different types of fruit and vegetables to recreate London’s skyline as an edible landscape. It took them three weeks to complete all this. Let’s take a look at their stunning work. – Photos & Text: viaLondon’s skyline Made […]

Bizarre Junk Sculptures By Leo Sewell

Junk artist Leo Sewell creates his ‘rubbish’ artwork from junk he collects from refuse dumps round his native Philadelphia. This piece is of a female torso. Using any discarded plastic, metal and wood, Leo selects his raw materials for their color, shape and durability. Molding them using nuts, bolts and screws, Leo’s colorful sculptures, like […]

Beautiful Toothpick Created Landmarks By Stan Munro

The Brooklyn Bridge and Big Ben ~~~ St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City ~~~ Sydney Opera House in Australia ~~~ London’s Tower Bridge ~~~ Taj Mahal, India ~~~ The Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth ~~~ St Peter’s Square At The Vatican City ~~~ The Aspire Tower in Doha, Qatar ~~~ Toothpick City ~~~ The Al-Haram […]

Bizarre Elephant Building in New Jersey

A National Historic Landmark in New Jersey, Lucy the Margate Elephant is an elephant-shaped building located on the beach at Margate. The elephantine structure stands 65-feet high and weighs 90 tons. Since its construction in 1881, Lucy the Elephant has enjoyed several different “careers.” Originally intended to encourage real-estate investment on the Jersey Shore. Lucy […]

Elephant Parade London 2010

Elephant Parade is a conservation campaign that shines a multi-colored spotlight on the urgent crisis faced by the endangered Asian elephant. More than 250 painted elephants festooning the parks, squares and streets central London, it was the biggest and most beautiful outdoor art event the city has ever seen. The Event attracted an estimated audience […]

Weirdest Museums of the World

Mutter Museum – Philadelphia, USA Full of macabre medical oddities, the Mütter Museum takes the cake for weirdest museums. But remember, these are human remains that have been donated, so be as respectful as possible in your ogling. ~ Icelandic Phallological Museum – Húsavík, Iceland All giggles aside, the Icelandic Phallological Museum is the world’s […]