I fell madly in love with these brightly coloured crayon sculptures by Pete Goldlust. They are so simple and yet there's a magic about them. Memories of that first box of 48, no doubt. http://www.petegoldlust.com/
Jonathon Callan is another artist who thinks outside the box. He created this huge organic form out of I don't know how many books and there are a lot more ideas where that came from. It was quite difficult to decide which piece to share.
There are several examples of Jennifer Maestro's fascinating pencil sculptures on http://www.funonthenet.in/ Hundreds of pencils were cut into 1-inch sections, points were sharpened, holes were drilled and they were all joined together.....and Voila! Well thats over simplifying it but you get the general idea.
The concept behind Elaine Hanowell's lighted sculptures is not that unusual but they are rather beautiful. She makes each piece with handmade paper, bamboo and collage elements which she collects from all over the world. You can see more of her delightful Calligraphy Koi on : http://www.artxchange.org/artist_detail?ArtistCode=HAN
Out of all the unique artworks I have seen Jean-Luc Cornec's phoney sheep are still my favourites. What do you think?