Sculptor and artist Nik Burns fascinated by Jules Verne and those other tellers of fantastic stories creates stunning deep sea anglerfish lamps handcrafted from metal and wood.
“Anglerfish lamps…. I have been making these for years now… absolutely love their individual characters… Each one is unique.”
The pictures below show a small sample of his incredible works.
Igor Khrenov from the city of Chelyabinsk made this unique BBQ cooker in the form of a submarine “M-60” on an octopus stand.
It has a firewood stand, a frying pan, and glass holders welded on the sides in case there is a big company. Photos of the barbecue-submarines were so popular with Internet users that orders for submarines fell on the craftsman from all over the country. Customers are even getting into a virtual queue.
New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts creates spectacular steampunk sculptures using the smallest parts from repurposed antique pocket watches.
Dragons, octopuses, horses, and fairies… The pictures below show a small sample of her incredible works.
Asook Customs, a custom shop in Saint-Petersburg built this steampunk style trike inspired by “Joseph Stalin” locomotive.
As stunning of a piece of design as this is, it might be better described as a rolling sculpture than an actual trike or motorcycle because it’s not a runner.
Oblong Headed Style
The artist created an other fantastic octopus chandelier in grey and white tones: Oblond Headed Style.
Estonian artist Igor Loskutow is an award winning master of chainsaw art and is part of the Husqvarna chainsaw sculpture team, which travels to events across Europe in order to show off their cutting skills
Luskutow won the Huskycup World Title for his dragon bench back in 2015.
This Luskutow’s incredible dragon bench, is a masterpiece of the art form.
Some views of the process below
Another fantastical dragon bench carved from red tinged wood