This man took a class to make pottery himself. It cost him 4 lessons of 2 hours each to make, print and glaze.
He filled a number of small glass bottles with memories he and his wife's relationship on cool "sparkly paper" and rolled them up.
He glued a magnet to the bottom of these bottles.
No, it's not what it seems. Grandma is not breathing, and the kid in her arms is not a being of flesh and blood. They are actually hyper-realistic sculptures, recreated with accurate detail to the point where you can hardly to tell what you see is real or not.
Here we bring you the best images from the Hyperrealist Sculpture 1973-2016 exhibition at Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao.
Look at that man. Is he trapped?
Let's find out the truth.
No, it's not a trap. It is not a man hidden in boxes. It's actually a self-portrait of the author.