He started as a random fisherman with great interest in ichthyology, when he suddenly began to represent different sea specimen in an unusual way. Iori Tomita is the man that we’re talking about. He catches different creatures that live in the sea and makes them colorful by making them transparent.
At first glance, you probably can’t figure out what these insect and animal sculptures are made of. Believe it or not, they’re constructed out of things you can probably find at your neighborhood flea market.
What do you get when you combine deep-sea diving and sculptures? Answer: an enormous underwater museum. Sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor has turned a part of the National Marine Park of Cancun in Mexico into a beautiful sea attraction. His creation is said to be the largest underwater sculpture museum in the world with about 400 cement sculptures.
When you hear the word “telephone booth” you’ll probably think about old fashioned way to make a call, dirty red boxes, coins that you never carry with you and a fat torn up telephone book you don’t want to touch. Maybe those opinions would change if you saw this incredible telephone booth aquarium located in Lyon, France. Benoit Deseille and Benedetto Bufalino have made this piece of art using an old telephone booth.