You've probably seen some cool Minecraft creations before, but some of these take the cake. From King's Landing from Game of Thrones to Minas Tirith from Lord of the Rings to a giant My Little Pony Pixel art piece. There's something for everyone.
Absolutely amazing life-sized Star Wars X-Wing made out of LEGOs by Master Builder Erik Varszegi. It was built to promote the upcoming series The Yoda Chronicles. It is made of over 5 million individual LEGO bricks, is 11 ft tall, 43 ft long and 44 ft wide. It weighs almost 46k pounds.
The history TV channel Yesterday commissioned these awesome portraits of historical figures in modern clothes to celebrate its new series the Secret Life Of... The artworks took three months to create and were made with the help of the award-winning academic author and historian Dr. Suzannah Lipscomb. She helped ensure the artworks accurately portrayed their historical counterparts. To read more about each piece, visit the Telegraph.
Have you ever been pleasantly surprised when you look into your coffee cup and see something neat like a heart or flower made from the foam? Kazuki Yamamoto takes that to entirely new level. He made these amazing coffee art creations using a simple toothpick. This trend of latte art is common in Japan and hopefully it makes its way to us!
Deviant Art user minidelirium has created some of the most intricate papercraft art I've ever seen. She has created crafts of all sizes from a mini Kupo to a huge Zelda model. You should definitely check out her profile and look at the progress photos and more detailed shots of the characters.
Taken by themselves, the steel wire sculptures of Larry Kagan appear to be abstract creations. Under carefully positioned light, however, a more recognizable image appears. Kagan's shadow art plays upon the contrast between objects and their shadows, between order and disorder, and between the material and immaterial.
Marko Manev's superhero noir series takes your favorite superheros and puts them into a scene straight from a film noir movie. I love the look of the heroes against dark silhouettes instead of their normally bright and colorful costumes. It definitely gives them a beautiful edgy feel.