Disturbing ultra realistic sculptures by Sam Jinks - NetDost.com

Disturbing ultra realistic sculptures by Sam Jinks - NetDost.com

Sam Jinks is an Visual artist from Australia who is known for creating highly realistic sculptures. These sculptures made from resin, fiber glass and silicone are so detailed that its hard to tell them from the real thing. The artist gives great attention to detail and uses real hair for his sculptures. I especially liked the idea behind the man with blurred mouth, blurring thats typical to electronic media or digital imagery is mixed with something that very touchable and real. The sculptures by Sam Jinks creates uneasiness due to sudden exposure to realities around us which we often tend to ignore. Sam began his career as a puppet maker on television before taking to fine art. 


Giant bubbles scattered on floor by Luka Fineisen - NetDost.com

Giant bubbles scattered on floor by Luka Fineisen - NetDost.com

How would you feel if you see giant bubbles scattered on your floor. The installation by German artist Luka Fineisen has giant bubbles made of glass scattered all over the place. The artist tries to give permanence to fleeting life of bubbles.  

Trains look majestic on the 100 year old Pamban bridge, built across the sea in Rameshwaram, India - NetDost.com

Trains look majestic on the 100 year old Pamban bridge, built across the sea in Rameshwaram, India - NetDost.com

The 6,776 feet bridge connects the town of Rameshwaram on Pamban island to the Indian mainland. The bridge was opened by the British in 1914. The railway bridge is a conventional cantilever bridge with double leaf bascule section in the middle which can be opened to let ships pass through it, a road bridge passes parallel to it. The Rameshwaram sea bridge often features in the top 10 most dangerous railroads in the world. The train speed is limited to 15km/hr on this old bridge. 


Trains look majestic on the 100 year old Pamban bridge, built across the sea in Rameshwaram, India - NetDost.com

Trains look majestic on the 100 year old Pamban bridge, built across the sea in Rameshwaram, India - NetDost.com

The 6,776 feet bridge connects the town of Rameshwaram on Pamban island to the Indian mainland. The bridge was opened by the British in 1914. The railway bridge is a conventional cantilever bridge with double leaf bascule section in the middle which can be opened to let ships pass through it, a road bridge passes parallel to it. The Rameshwaram sea bridge often features in the top 10 most dangerous railroads in the world. The train speed is limited to 15km/hr on this old bridge. 


The valley of flowers in Uttarakhand, India is beautiful beyond imagination - NetDost.com

The valley of flowers in Uttarakhand, India is beautiful beyond imagination - NetDost.com

The valley of flowers National park is located in the West Himalayan state of Uttarakhand. The national park is know for the colorful varieties of flowers that bloom in the region. With the progress of season the valley changes colors with different kind of flower blooms. The region supports many varieties of flowers that are exclusive to the valley. The place came to the notice of outside world in 1931 when a group of British mountaineers while returning from an expedition to Mt. Kamet lost their way and stumbled on to this place filled with flowers, they named it the valley of flowers. The park remains under snow during winter and is accessible only during summer. 


Unbelievable: Goats climb the almost vertical 161 feet high walls of Cingino Dam in Italy - NetDost.com

Unbelievable: Goats climb the almost vertical 161 feet high walls of Cingino Dam in Italy - NetDost.com

These Alpine Ibex goats from the nearby Gran Paradiso National park in Norther Italy has a thing for the heights. These goats are seen climbing on the near vertical walls of Cingino Dam. There are a number of theories trying to explain the motive behind this. According to some experts they climb the dam to lick salts from the rocks, while another theory is that since these goats are generally found in high altitude they feel safer as this place is unreachable by its predators. They can do these death defying stunt because of their rubbery soles and large ears that help them in balancing, but on rare occasions the goats do fall from this wall and encounter death.

Photographer Mark Laita captures the world's most deadly and beautiful snakes - NetDost.com

Photographer Mark Laita captures the world's most deadly and beautiful snakes - NetDost.com

LA based photographer Mark Laita captures the visual beauty of the world's most deadly snakes in his photoseries titled "serpentine". Mark traveled throughout the world to frame these beautiful yet threatening creatures. Mark Laita has a B.A. in photography from University of Illinois and Columbia college. He worked as a commercial photographer for many reputed brands before publishing his own noncommercial works. 

Realistic birds created from paper by Diana Beltran Herrera - NetDost.com

Realistic birds created from paper by Diana Beltran Herrera - NetDost.com

Artist Diana Beltran Herrera has developed her art over the years and has now graduated to creating birds that stunningly realistic and beautiful. She is currently pursuing Masters in Fine arts from UWE Bristol creating paper birds in spare time. Her works are frequently used by big brands in advertising. The talented Colombian artist creates these 3d birds by sticking together bits of colored paper.


Artist Hong Yi gets creative with her food, turns her plate into a canvas - NetDost.com

Artist Hong Yi gets creative with her food, turns her plate into a canvas - NetDost.com

Malaysian artist Hong Yi created fun illustration on her plate using every day food items. The food included rice to onion, pretty much anything the artist could get her hands laid on. The artworks were created using the same white plate as the backdrop. 


Remarkable drawings created using color pencils by Croatian tattoo artist - NetDost.com