Halloween-Themed Miniatures

Hi there! Shawnalee Anderton is my name. Well, I’m a nature lover, an artist and a mom at the same time. And about a year ago, I already made a commitment to routinely create daily drawings. And I believe that it’s not only my drawings that should be interesting but its size and title should also be easy to remember. That’s why I always begin each title with “I am ….” and they measure about 2″ square. Continue reading

Ben Foster’s Geometric Animal Sculptures

Ben Foster is a New Zealand-based sculptor who creates those modern, inorganic renderings of animals that brag about its geometric design. What makes his sculpture so admirable is because each sculpture in his portfolio can impressively blend the lines of the abstract into the real side, be it a dog howling at the moon, a seal trying to balance an invisible ball or even a horse standing in place. Continue reading

Giant Hedgehog on London’s Clapham Common

When you go jogging or walk your dog or just pass by the London’s Clapham Common with your children on February 16, you must have shocked by an “apparition” of a giant hedgehog roaming around the park. Actually the giant creature is a sculpture standing at 7-ft-tall and measuring 12-ft-long and 18-ft-wide which was created by legendary wildlife presenter Sir David Attenborough. Continue reading

Nature-Inspired Sculptures out of Crayons

Herb Williams is a Nashvile, Tennesee-based artist whose most of her sculptures made out of Crayola crayon. That kind of crayon is the same crayon we used to scribble with when we drew as children. Only that Williams’ use of crayons is too extravagant as he will need thousands for every sculpture. And he seems to find no replacement which can work as crayons do. Only crayons can assure him that his sculpture has incredibly vibrant as well as bold colors and textures. Just check out how incredible such textures are. Continue reading