World's Largest LEGO Model: Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter
The largest LEGO model ever built is a life-size Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter made of over 5 million bricks and weighing 45,000 pounds.
Offcut Cityscapes: Sketching Sculptures with Band Saws
An adept furniture maker is familiar with scrap - but this artist has turned leftover materials into something just as fantastic as his designer projects.
Tag Before the Tide: Temporary 3D Sand Graffiti by DAIM
Artist Mirko Reisser has long developed a highly personalized (and profoundly cool) approach to making two-dimensional tags appear three-dimensional on surfaces.
Shadow Sculptures: Illusions from Clumps of Junk
Seemingly random bits of junk produce the most unexpected shadows when a light is shined upon them from a certain angle in these sculptures by Diet Wiegman.
Not a Glitch: Cabinet Carved with Disorienting Design
What looks at first like a corrupted image file is actually a real wood cabinet with a traditional carved design that has been 'stretched' for a glitch effect.
Factory to Self-Fabrication: 14 3D-Printed Design Objects
Designers are creating everything from working guitars and records to puzzles and puppets with desktop 3D printers, bringing their digital concepts to life.
Flexible Paper Sculptures Bend Reality + Warp Perceptions
Li Hongbo's sculptures look like fine ceramic at first, but they are far more layered than they appear. This talented artist excels in the unexpected.
3D-Printing Pen: Draw Sculptures with this Magical Marker
2D or 3D? Drawing or sculpture? These dichotomies break down as you build up a physical model using a traditionally two-dimensional technique.
Real-Life Tetris: Items Fit Perfectly in Street Sculptures
Old objects fill empty spaces between buildings and in doorways. They look like the results of a closet explosion, but they are carefully crafted sculptures.
Wild Horses: The Art of Making a Real 3D Poster
Artist Xavier Barrade created this stunning 3D papercraft horse poster, which seems to burst out of the wall, to promote a song by UK band Dry the River.