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French department store Printemps is all kinds of fancy. It’s made to attract wealthy clientele, and to help entice shoppers to come inside, they had an art exhibition inside the store called “Pop the Bag.” Each installation featured a handbag, and DeviantArt user Kordian decided to add a pop culture twist by featuring Catwoman swiping Batman’s cowl. The statue is meant to be a modern take on Caravaggio’s “Judith Beheading Holofernes.”


Chainsaw carvings seem to involve lots of bears and moose, but this time it takes on a fantasy vibe courtesy of Game of Thrones. Artist Griffon Ramsey turned an eastern red cedar log into a beautiful sculpture of Ned Stark under a Weirwood tree using a chainsaw. It’s incredible to see the log transform in the time-lapse video.

You’ll be able to see Ramsey as an exhibitor at the upcoming RTX 2014 gaming convention in Austin, Texas.

See the video after the break.

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Sculpting with wax can produce stunningly realistic results, and artist Bobby Causey seems to have mastered it. He makes insanely good sculptures of characters from pop culture like the Joker, Hellboy, Superman, and Batman. He uses a ton of photo references and starts with Non Sulfurated Plasteline (NSP) for each of his sculptures.

He told Daily Art that sculpting is the most rewarding and fulfilling kind of work he does, and when you look at his finished sculpts, it’s easy to see why. It’s undoubtedly a lot of hours and sweat, but it has to be satisfying to see these lifelike pieces and know you made them yourself.

See more of Causey’s amazing work after the break.

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This AT-AT is beyond cool. Artist Derek Keenan fashioned this rebel-crushing death machine from reclaimed skateboards, and I have to say that he did an amazing job.

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This huge balloon sculpture was created by John Reid aka Epic Balloons at Salt Lake City Comic Con. It’s the world’s largest balloon sculpture created by a single person and it’s fantastic. Now, if Poptimus Prime will just let him go, maybe he can make Bumblebee and the rest of the gang to match.

(via Geeks are Sexy)

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It’s freezing and more or less miserable in several places across the globe right now. Snow’s been falling continually in my neck of the woods, but I’m trying to make the best of it. One way to brighten up the gray chill is by playing outside. A yard full of snow is like an empty canvas just waiting to be formed into sculptures, and characters from pop culture make perfect fodder. Check out our round-up of six geeky snow sculptures to get inspired!

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The displays at the Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival in Bruges, Belgium are famous. Given the recent release of Frozen, Disney dived in with more than 70 themed sculptures from the film. I wish I was there to see the ice statues of Anna and Elsa and the castle, but these pictures will have to do and they look impressive. I am always gobsmacked by all the details sculptors manage to work into the ice.

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Quilling is an art form that uses strips of paper that are coiled or rolled in various shapes to make a design. It probably takes an insane amount of patience to get it just right, and artist Alia Syed clearly has it. She’s used her skills to create some fantastically geeky paper quilled sculptures. The Boba Fett art pictured above happens to be my favorite but her paper creations also include Darth Vader, Iron Man, Batman, Master Chief, a Decepticon and more.

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This might be the most beautiful and fragile version of R2-D2 ever created. It’s made of countless little pieces of glass that look like they’ve been handmade and then put together while they’re still hot enough to stick. Look closely and you’ll see it’s not just the overall shape of the little droid, but even the patterns of metal on his body that have been carefully duplicated.

(Team Death Star via technabob)


Yes, that’s a scrap metal T-Rex sculpture and it is the most awesome of all sculptures. It was built by John Lopez who has been making western and rodeo themed bronzes for the last ten years. This one was made in honor of Sue, the T-Rex specimen that was found in his home state of South Dakota.

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