More ideas from Jo
Rat Skeleton Mobile Ratty by BedazzlingBones on Etsy

I don't believe in killing creatures, so of course it would already have to have died from natural causes. (Good for skeletons with fused bones)

Tuatara Skull Sphnenodon punctatus  Native to New Zealand is one of only two surviving members of the order Sphenodontia which flourished around 200 MYA. Their teeth are unique among living species with two rows of teeth in the upper jaw which overlap the one row of teeth in the lower jaw. The Tuatara has a number of unusual features including a pronounced parietal eye, the purpose of which is the subject of ongoing research, and they are able to hear although no external ear is present

Tuatara Skull Sphnenodon punctatus Native to New Zealand is one of only two surviving members of the order Sphenodontia which flourished around 200 MYA. Their teeth are unique among living species with two rows of teeth in the upper jaw which overlap the one row of teeth in the lower jaw. The Tuatara has a number of unusual features including a pronounced parietal eye, the purpose of which is the subject of ongoing research, and they are able to hear although no external ear is present

Soo Sunny Park - Sculpture / Installation

Soo Sunny Park - Sculpture / Installation

South Korean artist Jae-Hyo Lee is a master of manipulation. He turns discarded pieces of wood into attention-grabbing pieces of art that are both elegant and functional. These incredibly sleek sculptures are the result of Jae-Hyo Lee’s meticulous work: having assembled various chunks of wood, he burns and then carefully polishes them to create visual contrast and a smooth surface.

South Korean artist Jae-Hyo Lee turns discarded pieces of wood into incredible sleek sculptures. Having assembled various chunks of wood, he burns and then carefully polishes them to create visual contrast and a smooth surface.

Paris based sculptor Quentin Garel’s bronze sculptures constantly encourage questions. Are they actual fossils? Are they wood? Intricate details and textures on Garel’s sculptures intrigue viewers who are often surprised to learn that they are, in fact, bronze sculptures. Garel first begins with a drawing, then makes a carving in wood. From there he makes the mold to cast the bronze sculpture.

Paris based sculptor Quentin Garel’s bronze sculptures constantly encourage questions. Are they fossils? Intricate details and textures on Garel’s sculptures intrigue viewers who are often surprised to learn that they are, in fact, bronze.

Quentin Garel - Skull of bird - 2010 - Polychrome wood - 68 x 120 x 68 cm - Unique work

Contemporary art gallery in Brussels