The iPad itself is a work of art, built on clean lines and modern simplistic styling. But the large screen and great transportability of the device makes us believe that it will find its way into visual applications across all walks of life.
The skeleton bones you see in these pictures are real human bones, believe it or not. Francois Robert purchased some old metal lockers several years ago at an auction, and one of the lockers contained real human bones, so he figured out that he had to use them in some way.
The creative Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji has taken cute little toys and made big and scary dinosaurs out of it. He calls them Toysaurus and if you want to see them, you have to go to Tokyo. The project has taken him several years because he first had to collect the toys and then put them together into great sculptures.
Under the Millennium Bridge in London there have been spotted two glass penguins and a stuffed polar bear hanging with ropes around their necks. The whole idea of doing so is to make people more aware of the global climate change that the earth is going through.
Most people have probably written in the sand several times, whether it was in the sandbox in kindergarden or on a beach during a summer vacation. But artist and surfer Jim Denevan has taken the sand writing to a whole new level. He uses a simple driftwood stick to create large-scale beach drawings that is mostly geometric circles and shapes.