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Sculpture ultra réaliste d’un homard en bois par Ryosuke Ohtake Photo

Sculpture ultra réaliste d’un homard en bois par Ryosuke Ohtake Photo

Barbie, serial killer. Doll photographer Mariel Clayton. Inspired by Dexter.

Barbie, serial killer. Doll photographer Mariel Clayton. Inspired by Dexter.

This is how we all use to play Barbies... Why did they never come out with a "Psycho Barbie:" She kills Ken, Skipper, Black Barbie, and G.I. Joe!!

This is how we all use to play Barbies... Why did they never come out with a "Psycho Barbie:" She kills Ken, Skipper, Black Barbie, and G.I. Joe!!

Livio Scarpella (contemp., Italian) Opposite destinies (the “blessed” and “damned”) are signified through either a light quartz or dark amethyst rock placed near the heart of the heart of the sculpture.

Livio Scarpella (contemp., Italian) Opposite destinies (the “blessed” and “damned”) are signified through either a light quartz or dark amethyst rock placed near the heart of the heart of the sculpture.

「自在置物」という言葉をご存じだろうか? これは日本の金属工芸のひとつで、動物や昆虫などを写実的に作られた模型のことを指す。この工芸品のすごいところは、本物そ …

「自在置物」という言葉をご存じだろうか? これは日本の金属工芸のひとつで、動物や昆虫などを写実的に作られた模型のことを指す。この工芸品のすごいところは、本物そ …

An amazing articulated wooden carving of a spiny lobster. An example of jizai okimono, by Ryosuke Ohtake.

This Is Not A Lobster

An amazing articulated wooden carving of a spiny lobster. An example of jizai okimono, by Ryosuke Ohtake.

Wood spiny lobster - movable wooden carving modelled a japanese lobster,ise-ebi. There are metal artifacts called "Jizai-Okimono" meaning movable ornament made frequently in the latter part of the Edo period and the Meiji period by the craftsmen who had made armor of samurai once in Japan. Japanese young wooden sculptor Ryosuke Ohtake,age 25,made a incredibly delicate Jizai-Okimono with wood not metal.

Wood spiny lobster - movable wooden carving modelled a japanese lobster,ise-ebi. There are metal artifacts called "Jizai-Okimono" meaning movable ornament made frequently in the latter part of the Edo period and the Meiji period by the craftsmen who had made armor of samurai once in Japan. Japanese young wooden sculptor Ryosuke Ohtake,age 25,made a incredibly delicate Jizai-Okimono with wood not metal.

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