sculpture Archive

Extraordinary Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

Pin It Anamorphic sculpture itself resembles abstract art, but when reflected against a cylindrical surface, it reveals a remarkably detailed image. Creating this effect is by no means a mean feat. Jonty first scans the object, distorts it using 3d software, and created a mold out of steel, copper, resin, or perspex. But even with […]

Shadow People – Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Pin It Perceptual psychology is a form of evaluation used for psychological patients. An example of this is the Rorschach test (the one with the inkblots). Tim Noble and Sue Webster took this a step further with their shadow sculptures. They’ve always played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and give them meaning. […]

Willow Wand Wonderland – Installation by Patrick Dougherty

Pin It Patrick Dougherty’s latest installment to his ‘Stickwork’ series is a large-scale installation made entirely of willow wands. It sits in Melbourne’s Federation Square and can be entered and engaged with by the public. Patrick took into account the architecture of the nearby Flinders street station and St. Paul’s cathedral when he made his […]

Brigid Marlin Awesome “Fantastical Art Work”

Carnival in Venice Pin It Brigid Marlin was born in Washington, D.C.1936. She studied painting and sculpture in Dublin, Paris and New York. In 1966 she went to Vienna to learn the ‘Mische’ technique, a process of painting which was the secret method of the Italian Renaissance painters, and revived after painstaking research by Professor […]

The Face in the Mirror – Realistic Drawings by Heikki Leis

Pin It No one wants to be caught in an awkward moment but Heikki Leis has so vividly captured the inconsequential moments of our everyday lives in his series “Everyday Reflections“. In this revealing series, people are caught making themselves presentable for the day. The whole gamut of early morning hygienic practices run from the […]

Tragic Masterpieces by Thomas Doyle

Pin It Thomas Doyle’s cunningly crafted miniatures evoke a sense of omnipotence as you look through the glass and down at a ravaged scene complete with debris and people. One feels like a usurper peering down at tragedy and yet when you look closely at the tiny inhabitants, they’re going about their everyday lives as […]

Newspaper Sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Pin It Nick Georgiou’s newspaper sculptures are inspired by the death of the printed word. His sculptures are products of their environment —both literally and figuratively. As often as he can, he uses local newspapers to add authenticity, and the form the sculpture takes is a reflection of the personal connection he feels to that […]

Welded Steel Sculptures by Jang Yong Sun

Pin It Sculptures from way back are made of stone, but nowadays, almost anything can be used to make one. Anyone can be creative with whichever material they possess, but without talent and patience, only a few like Jang Yong Sun can come up with sculptures such as those made from welded organic steel. He […]

Curiously Shaped Sculptures by Adam Martinakis

Pin It Some artists can take expressive art to an almost surreal level. Adam Martinakis is one of them. With 3d digital renders of sculptures with a somewhat disturbing yet subtle feel. Each piece definitely creates a mysterious story that is left to the viewer’s level of creativity in imagination. There is such an odd […]

Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

Pin It A tree doesn’t have to be a few meters tall before you could consider building a tree house in it. Takanori Aiba conquers the possibilities of how small a tree should be for putting a house with it. These bonsai tree houses have been sculpted and formed with such elegance and detail one […]

Made Like Manhattan by Yutaka Sone

Pin It If you happen to think the photo looks like some random blocks carved out and then called art, think again! This well-thought idea of carving such masterpiece was already mindblowing, more so knowing it’s the map of no other than the city of Manhattan. On this marble, you can see just how much […]

Porcelain Art by Kate Macdowell

Breathing life into your work is the mark of a true artist – and few techniques achieve as delicate a result as porcelain art. Just ask Kate MacDowell, a renowned contemporary porcelain masterworker famous for thought-provoking pieces that feature a prominent theme of conflict and harmony between man and nature. But harmony isn’t always the goal […]