Would you be interested in seeing some amazing and creative animal inspired works of art?

We scour the world to find the most unique, creative and awe inspiring art and creative works to share with you. Featured here are some of the most brilliant artists in the world that feature animals in their sculptures, paintings, drawings, sketches and even some cartoons and other creative forms.

So if you are looking for Great Animal Art, please come and see what we found for you...

Posted May 16, 2020 by Ron Callari

This bird is also known as the black-throated tit [and yes you read that night] is a very small passerine, or perching bird in the family Aegithalidae.

Posted May 13, 2020 by Myra Per-Lee

In reminding you to enter your fun wildlife photos into the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards, I'm going to tease you with six of the best entries that have been submitted so far.

Posted April 22, 2020 by Myra Per-Lee

Have a funny photo of your pet? Well... get one! The 2020 Mars Petcare Comedy Pet Photography Awards are open now!

Posted April 15, 2020 by Ron Callari

Who knew a duck with superhero abilities of sorts would reascend in the new century?

Posted February 24, 2020 by Ron Callari

As the song goes . . . isn't it ironic? 🎶 EnviroBuild, a company that makes sustainable building materials, paid for the rights to name a worm-like creature Dermophis donaldtrumpi.

Posted January 27, 2020 by Creature Features

These creepy cute cat skull earrings from Japanese alternative artist Mai Aimheart explore the darker side of society's fascination with felines.

Posted January 18, 2020 by Ron Callari

Who would have a thunk a tiny short-legged quadrupedal marsupial of Australia would have been saluted as the 'Super Hero of the Bushfires.' Weighing in at 55lbs on average and only 40 inches . . .

Posted October 16, 2019 by Ron Callari

Kiki was constructed with a robust personality to solve the emotion all of us feel from time to time, namely loneliness. Its inventor, Mita Yun, grew up without any pets, and always wanted a companion to help her manage her periods of solitude . . .