In a studio tucked away in the second-largest city on Cebu Island, James Doran-Webb works with driftwood washed, bleached and shaped by the ocean to produce amazingly realistic lifesize animals.
Creating a sculpture like one of these horses is complex, taking between 1,000 and 3,000 hours to make.
The horses now race through the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
“I hope that people looking at the three galloping thoroughbreds might subconsciously think of freedom, energy and space and might even crave for a park on a summer’s day,” said James Doran-Webb.
“If I could make one person a little more aware of nature and the impact of nature on their lives I would be happy.
“I am a firm believer in our need to practice sustainable living in order to give future generations a better chance of survival.”