World in a Tin WIN

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World in a Tin WIN
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Jim Doran creates these paper dioramas using just pen and paper (and presumably some surgeon-like nerves) and mint tins. His subjects range from the whimsy to the macabre, and even on a technical level they're astounding to look at. Take a look at some of his working process photos at his site, and more in the gallery below.

Bebop Taxidermy WIN

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Bebop Taxidermy WIN
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Darick Maasen had an ordinary boar's head as a taxidermized mount. A few bits of clothing and some other DIY materials later we have the villain Bebop from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. You can even buy the piece off of his Etsy account for a cool $500. Click through to see a little more of his creative process (nothing gross, no worries) and the materials involved!

Paper Animal Sculptures WIN

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Paper Animal Sculptures WIN
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Annawili Highfield takes ordinary construction paper and transforms them into vibrant paper bird sculptures. Check out more in the gallery below and right here!

Sassy Embroidery WIN

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Sassy Embroidery WIN
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Check out these great embroidery projects from the fine folks over at Tiiiiga Style. There's more in the gallery and via link below!

Watermelon Carving WIN

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Watermelon Carving WIN
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So, we've seen some fruit carving in the past, WINners, how do you think this one compares? Let us know in the comments!