Obsessive compulsive disorder? Heard of it? Swiss artist Ursus Wehrli takes it to a whole new level when he arranges and sorts the most peculiar things by different attributes, such as color, size, shape, and type. I wish Ursus would sort out my room.
Taiwanese artist Chen Chun Hao mastered this delicate art form. He puts tens of thousands of nails into place to recreate famous Chinese watercolour landscape pieces. The nails are set into canvas-covered wood. Placing the nails is a tremendously taxing work that requires real labour on top of the precise craftsmanship. What dedication.
Remember the days when you were told not to play with your food. This guy Brock Davis does it with style and conviction. He makes these simple looking food types come to life with charm, with Orcas carved out of cucumbers, broccoli treehouses, and more.
When it comes to miniature art, few could compare with Shay Aaron. His work is so intricate and so charming that it almost looks good enough to eat. He creates these 1:12 scale food art with polymer clay and I bet the only reason he is doing this is that it makes him feel like [...]