This sculpture probably one of the lightest in the world compared to its giant size. A Baloon Godzilla was made by Joey and Alexandra Evans of Evans Entertainment. They made this 25 feet long, 13 feet high Godzilla with approximately 2500 balloons! During the convention itself, Their project leads got to meet Haruo Nakajima and Akira Takarada, actors in the original Godzilla movies. They thanked their team for working so hard on the sculpture, bowed low and asked to have their picture taken with it.
Some of the pictures are shared here, you can look at the making here on the original post. You can follow them on Facebook here.
The talented Vietnamese artist Fiong Hung Hom is the world-famous man, thanks to his amazing sculpture, which he created from the roots of bamboo. The uniqueness and mystique of the artist’s work are mesmerizing and does not pass by. Fiong Hung Hom began his artistic career by accident. At age 15, living in Hoi An, a village famous for the rich bamboo thickets, Fiongu was hard to stand out among the dozens of talented sculptors and artists on a bamboo carving.
However, 7 years ago, sitting off the coast of the crowded Thu Bon River, he saw that had washed ashore bamboo stumps. Fiong took a few stumps home to try to turn them into sculptures. And then he had no idea that this is the beginning of a very successful business. Today, talented and resourceful Fiong Hung Hom has its own exhibition hall of the sculptures, and his work can be found in more than 20 shops and souvenir Hoi An.
His weekdays artist spends considering bamboo roots and deciding how to bring them a realistic look. Fiong tries a monthly 200-300 statuettes, as the demand for them is growing by the day.
Seven feet high sculpture was unveiled on Clapham Common(UK) last Tuesday
It is made from 2,000 soft wood spikes and coconut fiber that resembles fur
A structure created to promote new TV program by Sir David Attenborough
A giant sculpture of a hedgehog has been unveiled on Clapham Common after a survey found that a quarter of people in the UK have never seen the animal in the wild.
The 12 foot long, eight foot wide, seven feet tall structure took a team of artists two months to build, and it has been keeping hundreds of visitors to the South London park entertained since being unveiled last week.
The sculpture is mainly made from 2,000 soft wood spikes that resemble a hedgehog’s spines, and a mixture of willow and coconut fiber that takes on the appearance of fur.