One app that I use for digital curation is Flipboard. This app allows me to create my own digital magazines where I can collect links on various themes. My “Fun Friday” magazine, for example, is where I add anything that looks cool, but isn’t especially educational. As I was going through “Fun Friday” this week, I noticed that several articles were about unusual types of sculptures, so I decided to do a themed Phun Phriday post today:
- Dan Glasure’s Lego Batcave is incredibly intricate, and uses around 18,000 Lego pieces.
- If you prefer more realistic Lego sculptures, these wildlife pieces will impress you.
- Marble Mountain is a giant marble machine based on Ben Tardif’s life – neither of which is finished yet.
- Paper appears to be a popular medium for sculptures such as these cinematic-themed works of art and these Tinysaurs. For wildly colorful paper sculptures, take a look at these. Roller coaster fans will enjoy imagining the hair-raising rides they could take on these fantastical paper roller coasters.
- Fragile glass hosts these incredible science sculptures by Kiva Ford.
- And, finally, if you enjoy sculptures that continuously reinvent themselves, then you will be mesmerized by the work of Anthony Howe.