Balloon Art, Toothpick Art... 5 fascinating artworks with unusual medium(s)

The best kind of art aren't the most complicated, but the kind that leaves us dumbfounded. Check out these amazing artworks with unusual medium.

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play Castle toothpick art by Bob Morehead (Marvelous)
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Art, as we all know, is largely about creativity and of course, hard work and dedication.

A good number of us have tried at one point in time or the other to build a house of cards, books, cushions or even make a sand castle, but then we just get bored within a few minutes and give up. But the while some of us just gave up on these, some didn't. Here are incredible artworks with unusual media.

1. Balloon art

play Dinosaur balloon art by Masayoshi Matsumoto (Gizmodo)
 

Japanese artist's Masayoshi Matsumoto balloon art is one of the unusual art we've come across. The balloon artist through his incredible ability to sculpt intricate animal and insect sculptures from balloons.

2. Chewing gum art

play Elephant chewing gum art by Maurizio Savini (Vice)
 

Italian sculptor Maurizio Savini fashions chewing gum into all sorts of beautiful and incredible artworks and sculptures like bear, elephants, bison etc. Wondering if she has to eat so much gum? No, she doesn't, she basically melts bricks of raw gum into malleable sheets.

3. Toothpick art

play Castle toothpick art by Bob Morehead (Marvelous)
 

Why pick the teeth with a toothpick when it can serve better as a medium for artworks?

American Bob Morehead is obviously passionate about toothpicks. I mean, who would believe that toothpicks can make up a great castle? With nothing else but his glue and toothpicks, Morehead creates beautiful art pieces.

4. keyboard art

play Horse keyboard art (4rt Gallery)
 

Artists like Babis Cloud specialises in using keyboard pads for their artworks and it's incredibly beautiful.

5. Food art

play Spaghetti food art (Crafty moods)
 

Food art, of course, has been one stunning art trends we can not seem to get over. This one by Crafty Moods is really incredible and a prove that art can be made of anything and with anything, just get creative.

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