Incarnate: Skull Carved from Outdated Computer Books
Artist Maskull Lasserre carves a skull from old software manuals, a snake skeleton from the handle of an axe and a child's teeth from a wooden picture frame.
Paper Architecture: Intricate 3D Sculptures by Ingrid Siliakus
Amsterdam-based artist Ingrid Siliakus cuts and folds sheets of paper into dazzlingly detailed three-dimensional buildings and cities.
The Self-Assembly Line: Viral Architecture Units
Installed for the 2012 TED Conference in California, 'The Self-Assembly Line' is an architectural structure that was inspired by viruses.
Red People: Wood Block Figures Take Over Moscow
Modular red stick figures built from packs of thirteen wooden blocks are spreading throughout the city of Moscow, thanks to Russian art collective Pprofessors.
Moments in Time: Tiny Figures Balanced on Watch Hands
Designer Dominic Wilcox balances miniature human figures on watch hands in the incredible series, 'Moments in Time', which highlights themes like surveillance.
Automata: Art Object Powered by 1,000 Gears
Artist Levi van Veluw demonstrates 'Automata', a beautiful wooden sculpture imbedded with 1,000 gears that enable it to move when wound up.
Fluffy Firearms? 12 Hilarious Non-Violent Weapons
The form factor of weapons is celebrated yet softened in these fun explorations of de-weaponified weapons.
Sculptures Made of Straws by Sang Sik Hong
Korean artist Sang Sik Hong uses thousands of straws to create eerie, luminous relief sculptures of human body parts.
Playfully Serious: Interactive Sculpture With Killer Curves
If this winding, looping roller coaster looks out of place in the picturesque German countryside, it may be because not everything is as it seems.
One Day, One World: 11 International 9/11 Memorials
These 11 international memorials to the tragic events of September 11th, 2001 reflect the subtly different ways 9/11 is interpreted by the world at large.