With six pairs of giant hands spanning the historic Arsenal in friendship, this art installation by Lorenzo Quinn shows the power of public art.
A collection of hyperrealist sculptures breathe new life into some of the most famous Roman Emperors, including Augustus and Caesar.
Creating birds, cats, owls, and deer out of nothing more than spoons and forks, Matt Wilson has a fun body of work that shows just how expressive that soup spoon can be.
Renowned sculptor Jaume Plensa's "Talking Continents" is making its way to the Telfair Museums in Savannah Georgia, sure to make a visual impact.
Studio Drift is known for big and dramatic lighting installations, ones that fill major civic spaces and fancy hotel lobbies. This particular stunner is called In 20 Steps, and is designed as a tribute to human's desire to be able to fly.
Montreal-based artist Raku Inoue's animal sculptures are part of a series he calls "Safari Triforce", made up of a solemn gorilla, a peaceful musk ox, and a fierce tiger.
We're not sure what qualifies as a 'sculpture', but British artist Neal Grundy considers this series "Transient Sculptures", so we're going with it.
Ken Kelleher's 'virtual sculptures' give him limitless flexibility in terms of scale, location, and style.
Seth Globepainter has a series of unique and powerful sculpture/painting hybrids, all dealing with emotion, childhood, and fear.
Sydney’s Bondi Beach has been taken over by art installations for the 22nd year in a row, as part of the Sculpture By the Sea exhibition. It's an inspiring event, with artists from all over the world competing.
The world of 3D rendering is alive and well, documented by a plethora of artists building fun, colorful, and often abstract sculptures and textures, with nothing but pixels, and creativity.
Strange, supernatural moss people by Finnish artist Kim Simonsson.