For those that don’t immediately recognize it, this is a scale model of the famous bathhouse from Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” (trailer after the jump). There might not be any other posts on WIN today, as I’m probably just going to marvel at this thing for the next few hours.
We’ve featured the work of Ray Villafane before here on WIN, but today we have another of the pumpkin sculptures that made him famous. This time, it’s his largest piece ever, unveiled at the New York Botanical gardens this last weekend
Artist Herb Williams installed these Crayola fire sculptures in the National Ranching Heritage Center at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. The piece, entitled “Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of Wildfire,” uses thousands of crayons and was inspired by the Texas wildfires of the summer of 2011.
Here at WIN, we aim to saturate the internet with as many cool pumpkin designs as we can this holiday season. We already saw some earlier , but before we go all crazy with our favorite squash, let’s check two prime examples
Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov eschews traditional sculpting tools and makes these fruit and vegetable skulls using axes, saws, and electrical drills – making them even creepier than they already are. Check the via link for more, and check out plenty more cool food sculptures and lols over here! Submitted by: Unknown Via: Best Week Ever