Tag : Japanese Artist

Tom and Jerry Sculptures By Taku Inoue

Artist Taku Inoue Turns Tom And Jerry’s Funny Moments Into Hilarious Looking Sculptures

Japanese artist and sculptor Taku Inoue turns Tom And Jerry’s Unfortunate funny moments into hilarious looking sculptures. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera created Tom and Jerry in 1940. They made 114 shorts for MGM from 1940 to 1958 and won 7 Academy Awards for Best Animated Short Film. Sculptor Taku…

Everyday Problems Of A Sloth

Everyday Problems Of A Sloth: Funny Illustrations By Japanese Artist Keigo

Japanese artist Keigo illustrates everyday problems of a Sloth in a funny and hilarious way. Sloths are a group of arboreal Neotropical xenarthran mammals, constituting the suborder Folivora. Noted for their slowness of movement, they spend most of their lives hanging upside down in the trees of the tropical rainforests…

Japanese Artist Sachi Creates Realistic Cat Portraits Using Felted Wool

Japanese Artist Sachi Creates Realistic Cat Portraits Using Felted Wool

Japanese artist Sachi (Wakuneco) creates realistic cat portraits using felted wool. Needle felting is a unique craft that involves turning fibres into 3D artworks using a barbed needle. The process is typically done by using a needle to poke layers of wool on a felting surface. Sachi discovered the craft…

Wood Artist Mori Kono Carves Transforms Ordinary Logs Into Detailed Animal Sculptures

Japanese wood artist Mori Kono carves transforms ordinary logs into detailed animal sculptures. Mori transform any log into figures of bears, chipmunks, raccoons, rabbits, and more. He is currently living in Canada where he and his team are offering wood carving and sculpting services. His team is open for commissioned…

Japanese Artist Toshihiko Hosaka Creates Incredible & Stunning Sand Sculptures

Japanese Artist Toshihiko Hosaka Creates Incredible & Stunning Sand Sculptures

Japanese Artist Toshihiko Hosaka creates incredible and stunning sand sculptures. He began making sand sculptures in art school and has been using beaches and sandboxes as his canvas for almost 20 years. There is no core, mold or adhesive ever used throughout the process: just sand. The only trick Hosaka…

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