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Looking for a unique Christmas gift? For only £285 you can take home one of these gorgeous felt beetles (measuring a huge 52cm across!) by Louise Evans (aka: Felt Mistress). Of course, you may need to buy a second one for yourself.
(via Felt Mistress — Giant Cavalry Caped Kitchener Beetle)
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Over at Monster Brains, a smorgasbord of alien and monster sculptures by Jordu Schell.
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I had the pleasure of meeting Facundo Quinto and his equally delightful wife Feli last week here in Buenos Aires. His sculptures are really stunning. ¡Maravilloso!
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Filed under: Facundo QuintosculptureartBuenos Aires
Trojan Deer - by Kristie Carlisle Duncan, working in the medium of tiny chickens.
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Metropolis II by Chris Burden (the movie) (by gosupermarche)
Chris Burden’s kinetic sculpture evokes the spirit of a busy city with countless toy cars zooming throughout.
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Filed under: kinetic sculpturesculptureartChris Burden
Amazing impossible taxidermy of fantastical hybrid animals from Enrique Gomez de Molina.
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The Last Breakfast, a sculptural masterpiece for cereal-lovers everywhere by Brian Stuckey.
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Filed under: Brian Stuckeycerealfoodsculpture
Abigail Brown, Creature Textile Designer Extraordinaire
This turtledove comes by way of Abigail Brown’s collection of birds hand-made from recycled materials.
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Adorable AND disgusting! Monster sculptures by Chris Ryniak from his show This Could Get Ugly.
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