Japanese art graduate Tsutamoto Dawikihas become famous on social media for his copper and brass wire sculptures, all of which have not been digitally enhanced in Photoshop. This year, his most notable project is the giant snake that you see above, which is fully flexible, and can even coil around itself since the wire scales are mobile too. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
"Talking with online magazine Irorio about how he started working with metallic wire, @tdaiki1216 said that it happened completely by accident. He was a member of a tennis club during junior high school, and one day he found a piece of wire on the tennis court. He started playing with it, and he hasn't stopped playing with wire since. His creations have been getting a lot better, though," according to Oddity Central.