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We’ve seen a lot of crazy things done with glass, but it’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created.  Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.

It’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created. Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.

The marble sculptures by British artist Matthew Simmonds aren’t your typical human forms popularized by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Instead, he carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a hunk of stone. Simmonds leaves the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces. He pays homage to sacred buildings like baroque basilicas and Ancient Roman Temples by depicting some of their defining features like domed-roofs and elaborate .

RL British artist Matthew Simmonds carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a piece of marble leaving the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces.

Atlantis Table

Looking to the depths of the ocean to dream up a dramatic coffee table, that introduces the majesty of the big blue to the interior.

The Wave City Coffee Table is an eye-catching piece of furniture inspired by the film Inception‘s bending cityscape.  Price and details at http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/wave-city-coffee-table

The Wave City Coffee Table is an eye-catching piece of furniture inspired by the film Inception‘s bending cityscape. Price and details at www.

Isana Yamada. Escenas oceánicas y de naufragios dentro de esculturas de ballenas translúcidas.

Isana Yamada' s project Samsara : shipwrecks and deep ocean scenes encapsulated inside six translucent whale sculptures.

Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramée Artist Guy Laramee  has recently completed a number of new sculptural works where he transforms thick tomes into incredible topographical features including mountains, caves, volcanoes, and even water. Many of the works are part of a new project titled Guan Yin, a series of work dedicated to the forces that enable individuals to endure grief and pain, or in his words “the mysterious forces thanks to which we can traverse ordeals.”

Amazing landscapes carved into Books. This is beautiful and all but I spent the whole time cringing because THE POOR BOOKS!

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