While it looks like an ordinary sculpture, at first glance, it's the shadow this piece casts that makes it so special.
Artist Shigeki Hayashi combines ancient ceramic techniques, folk tales and futuristic imagery to create his surreal robotic dolls.
The sculptures can be found all around the world and they measure a towering 30-feet high, and over 33-feet wide.
Reese Moore spends months gathering animal bones to create these life-size skeletal cycles and other surreal objects.
The twisted biomechanical designs of this Bulgaria-based artist include homages to the “Alien” and “Predator” films, the macabre works of H.R. Giger, and much more.
The Victoria's Way Garden in Ireland is home to some pretty unique sculptures, including this swamp-dwelling stone zombie.
The surreal mixed-media works of Valerie Hegarty begin like traditional art pieces, then seem to collapse into chaos, destruction and death.
The intricate carvings of artist Maskull Lasserre transform pianos, tools, furnishings, books and more into surreal skeletal creatures, human body parts and bizarre weapons.
Dutch artist Rosa Verloop uses ordinary stockings and pantyhose to create distorted human sculptures that also look disturbingly lifelike.
Sculptor Jennifer Trask creates such delicate vintage-style artwork, you'd never suspect her medium is mostly cured bones and other animal parts.