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Bees are amazing for a number of reasons: they are key in pollination, they make honey, they greatly benefit biodiversity, and some even say that whole economies depend on them.
Well, bees just got that much more awesome, as they can now also be called artists after becoming a part of Tomáš Libertíny’s latest creation—a bust of Nefertiti that was created by a whole lot of worker bees just doing their thing—creating a honeycomb.
Bees are pretty good at sculpting honeycombs, but ever wondered how’d they fare with actual busts?
Image credits: Tomáš Libertíny / Studio Libertiny
Meet Tomáš Libertíny of Studio Libertiny, a Slovakian artist currently living and working in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, who creates art to explore the beauty and intelligence of nature, probing into the existential questions of the human mind, studying the relationship between man and nature.
For the past 2 years, Libertíny has been working on one of his latest projects—a bust of Queen Nefertiti of Egypt that he called Eternity. Except, instead of going the traditional route of using more conventional materials for sculpting, like clay or metal, he chose beeswax.
Artist Tomáš Libertíny worked together with bees to create a Nefertiti bust