Artist Maskull Lasserre Creates Art Out Of Inanimate Objects (20 Pics)

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These pictures below are the very detailed work of Canadian artist and sculptor Maskull Lasserre, whose breathtaking wood sculpture work is all about extracting the most delicate anatomical forms of humans, animals, and insects from common inanimate objects such as pianos, doors, books, or axes. Almost anything with character and age is a good candidate for Maskull.
Check out some of his breathtaking work below. The attention to detail will blow your mind:

Rhinoceros And Fable

Rat, Door, Rolling Pin - Rat skeleton carved into a door and rolling pin
Rat & Rolling Pin

Close Up Of The Rat Carved Into The Rolling Pin

Young Crow Skeleton Carved Into A Chair And Axe
Young Crow Skeleton Carved Into A Chair And Axe
Close Up Of Young Crow Skeleton Carved Into A Chair And Axe
Bough - Knotted Rope (Noose) Carved Into A Fallen Butternut Tree Bough
Close Up Of The Knotted Rope (Noose)
hinoceros Beetle Carved Into A Piano - The Piano is Hung From The Ceiling
Close Up Of The Rhinoceros Beetle
Close Up Of The Rhinoceros Beetle
Secret Carpentry - Carved Axe
Secret Carpentry - Carved Axe
Self Doubt (Macaque) - Carved Plywood Plinth & Bell Jar
Mammoth And Bird
Mammoth And Bird
Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) - Books, Steel, Hardware
Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) - Books, Steel, Hardware

Maskull Lasserre hard at work.

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