Using mathematical precision, Perspicere creates three dimensional sculptures using white spring that appears to be shooting out of a black spray can, filling the negative space with woven geometric patterns. Who knew that the Bat-Signal was originally based off Commissioner’s Gordon secret love for crocheting (I knew, I just didn’t tell anybody).
Enraged by photos of endangered animals killed on safari, Diem crafted “The Last Elephant” to express the loneliness of being the last of your kind. Her other piece “Raven and the Sun” depicts the Native American myth of the Raven stealing the Sun and giving Light to the world.
Zombie Gnomes vs. Flamingo Lawn Ornament by Chris and Jane Stever
Available for purchase at etsy. The zombie outbreak has reached your front lawn in these morose sculptures from the team of Chris and Jane. They’ve got several different tiny zombie terror pieces available, but the best one has got to be the pack of rabid zombie gnomes feasting on the flesh of a slain Lawn Flamingo. It turns out that, even as zombies, gnomes are ever vigilante in protecting your yard from harm and bad taste (aesthetically, I mean… I imagine flamingo actually tastes great in your mouth).
Super Mario Bros. 3 LEGO Airship by Baron von Brunk
Entitled “The Fireflower” and constructed with over 8,000 LEGO bricks and electrical components to light up the stained glass-esque “Fire Flower” insignia. The signature warp pipe that marks the end of the Airship levels is hollow and actually leads to the interior bridge and control room, which can be accessed via swinging barnyard door in the back. This guy officially won LEGO. Everyone else can just go home now. I’ll just be over here… shrinking myself down so I can board this mighty vessel and set sail for the skies (look out for the killer sun though!)