Brazilian artist Juliana LePine (who lives in Canada) made a small sculpture of Freddie Mercury the way nature does it -by starting with the bones inside. As she adds layers, every detail is examined and adjusted to be correct. The process is mesmerizing.
In just two minutes we see what it must have taken weeks to accomplish. Or maybe she's faster than we can relate to. Anyway, the finished product is an amazing recreation of Mercury performing at Live Aid in 1985. LePine offers instructional videos (in English) in case you want to learn how she does it. -via Laughing Squid