The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella

The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella The work of Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella turns good and evil into delicacy.  This group of sculptures, named “Ghosts Underground”, depicts lost souls anguishing beneath the effect of a thin veil.  Scarpella’s interest in this subject was inspired by a trip to the Sansevero Chapel in Naples, home to Antonio Corradini’s “Veiled Christ”.  Before that time, he mostly … Continue reading The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella

Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra Haste

Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by  Kendra Haste Kendra Haste, a contemporary sculptor, works to represent wildlife through her creations made up only of distorted wire. The British artist is fascinated by the way in which a simple ordinary thread can change into such a sense of movement and life, of contour and volume; a contrast Between lightness and weight, between solidity and transparency, values ​​that … Continue reading Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra Haste

Moving Statues Of A Man And Woman Pass Through Each Other Daily, Illustrating Tragic Love Story

Moving Statues Of A Man And Woman Pass Through Each Other Daily, Illustrating Tragic Love Story More info: tamarastudio.com Tragic love stories are timeless. Ali and Nino is the love story for Georgia and the country has an amazing statue dedicated to it. “The Statue of Love” commemorates the 1937 novel Ali and Nino about the tragic love of a Muslim Azerbaijani boy and Christian … Continue reading Moving Statues Of A Man And Woman Pass Through Each Other Daily, Illustrating Tragic Love Story

Magnicient Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Magnicient  Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer The magnificent wooden sculptures by the Italian artist Willy Verginer, who carves animals and human bodies with great realism and precision in anatomical compositions and installations … With a very special work on textures and colors, Willy Verginer Has developed over the years a very particular visual language both strong and subtle. Continue reading Magnicient Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo

Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo  Ukranian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev collaborate to create delightfully quirky and unbelievably detailed miniature porcelain sculptures. Their website offers different views of many of the pieces so that you can see the elaborate paintings on these tiny pieces. farfora.com Continue reading Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo

Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira

Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s powerful recycled wood installations snake through their exhibition spaces like massive living trees that burst out of walls and ceilings. Oliveira scours the streets of Sao Paulo to gather weathered plywood, which he then separates into layers and combines to create his massive “tridimensionals” sculptures. The stunning mixed media pieces are a combination of sculpture, painting … Continue reading Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira

Thai Artist Carves Exquisitely Detailed Sculptures Out of Soap

Thai Artist Carves Meticulously Detailed Carvings Out of Soap  Instagram  A very long tradition is being carried by Thai artist Narong together with his complex carved soaps. Finely carving out complicated patterns in the medium that is soft, he’s able to attain designs that are incredibly complex. Soap carving has a long tradition in Thailand, originating from the action of sculpting fruit and vegetables. Enregistrer … Continue reading Thai Artist Carves Exquisitely Detailed Sculptures Out of Soap

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier Guay At the outset, these sculptures by artist Claude-Olivier Guay appear like a jumble of wire and feathers folded into a heap, but each hides a remarkable secret. Working only with a pair of pliers, Guay folds, bends, and twists an inner framework of hidden creatures that dramatically transform with a bit of manual manipulation. In his 2015 piece titled La Tanière the … Continue reading Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into Recycled Art

Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into  Recycled Art More info: Etsy | Facebook Michael, aka Moerkey, is an artist from Horsham, Victoria, Australia. The talented craftsman creates unique handmade balls, bowls and sculptures from discarded keys and coins; as well as reclaimed copper pipe and wire. Continue reading Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into Recycled Art

Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty

All images and art are copyright of Laura Moriarty. Photographs used with permission. Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty New York-based visual artist Laura Moriarty has an unusual use for beeswax, and it’s not for lip balm or candles. Rather, the self-taught artist dyes and melts beeswax to make brilliant geode-like sculptures. These highly pigmented beeswax artworks are so colorful and vibrant that they give … Continue reading Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty

Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris

Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. Subjects include skeletal bone, muscular structure and the imagery of fashion photography. Often, prosthetic limbs and super-accentuated body part proportions tie the pieces together, bringing to mind the surreal imagery of anime and the comic strip depictions of superheroes and heroines. He skilfully uses leather, brass, … Continue reading Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris

A Woman Made of Candles sculpture

A Woman Made of Candles sculpture A.F.Vandevorst have sculpted a life-size sculpture of a sleeping woman. This wax woman embedded with 250 kg of candle wicks was made by Lenn Cox. Over the one month course of the Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011, the candle burnt down day by day, melting and transforming throughout the duration of the exhibition. ‘ Upon entering the room, we found models … Continue reading A Woman Made of Candles sculpture

Fascinating Cracked Light Sculpture With Bronze And Electricity

Paige Bradley Creates Cracked Light Sculpture With Bronze And Electricity California-born artist Paige Bradley has often been the receiver of awards and the creator of very beautiful and inspired sculptures, one of which is her stunning work Expansion. A Her meditation transcend her so much that her skin is crackled and reveal an unexpected luminous interior. Combination of bronze with electricity, her work depicts a … Continue reading Fascinating Cracked Light Sculpture With Bronze And Electricity

David Oliveira’s floating sculptures made of wire

Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira Facebook. Lisbon-born sculptor David Oliveira creates delicate figurative sculptures using wire that’s formed to look like manically drawn ink sketches on top of photographs. Some pieces are even hung by invisible filament creating the illusion of hovering in place Oliveira explores the potential of line and space through his sculptures, playing with detailed optical illusions that force a tri-dimensional … Continue reading David Oliveira’s floating sculptures made of wire

Installations by Chiharu Shiota: Haunting Thread Art

Installations by Chiharu Shiota:  Haunting Thread Art Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota has lived and worked in Berlin for 20 years, and is known for intricate works that explore the complex relationship between the body and the mind. Mapping elusive sensations of emotion and memory, many of Shiota’s site-specific, large-scale installations incorporate everyday objects, such as clothing, musical instruments, furniture, letters, even an incinerated piano, weaving them … Continue reading Installations by Chiharu Shiota: Haunting Thread Art

Horrifying Mini-Figurines by Jessica Harrison

Horrifying Mini-Figurines by Jessica Harrison  Artist Jessica Harrison’s work deals with “the body in space, the space within the body and the space in-between the two.”“My work is based on physiological, philosophical and psychoanalytical research into the body and its senses, focusing in particular on the role of touch in our experience of objects and in the construction of knowledge; how consciousness and perception are … Continue reading Horrifying Mini-Figurines by Jessica Harrison

Spectacular Nail Sculpture by Marcus Levine

Spectacular Nail Sculptures – Marcus Levine Marcus Levine is an artist with a unique approach to sculpture. Use nails, with a set of hammering at different heights and distances to compose impressive works up 50,000 nails. His works of art can contain from 15,000 to 200,000 nails, depending on their size and complexity. Levine began his career as an artist working with abstract works, but became … Continue reading Spectacular Nail Sculpture by Marcus Levine

Splendid Sculptures made of Glass by Ben Young

Splendid Sculptures made of Glass by Ben Young  on Tumblr| Behance |Facebook Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. We can imagine that is a lot of work but the results are … Continue reading Splendid Sculptures made of Glass by Ben Young

Creatures Get Bejeweled into Crystal Critters by Tyler Thrashe

Creatures Get Bejeweled into Crystal Critters by Tyler Thrashe Forget taxidermy—encrusting animal remains with crystals is the new best way to send your pets onto their next lives. Caver and wilderness man Tyler Thrasher began collecting cicadas and animal bones from long hikes and combining them with the mineral formations that enthralled him while exploring underground caves. “I coupled that with my understanding of chemistry … Continue reading Creatures Get Bejeweled into Crystal Critters by Tyler Thrashe

Sculptor Matthew Simmonds Carves Realistic Interiors Into Marble and Stone

Sculptor Matthew Simmonds Carves Realistic Interiors Into Marble and Stone Matthew Simmonds started out studying art history at University of Anglia, UK and found his real calling studying stone carving. He has a feel for classical architecture because he has worked on some restorations, including Westminster Abbey, and the cathedrals of Salisbury and Ely. Most of these works are no more than a foot and … Continue reading Sculptor Matthew Simmonds Carves Realistic Interiors Into Marble and Stone

Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival

Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival Choi+Shine Architects have designed The Urchins, as part of an art installation for … Continue reading Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival

Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance

Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance As part of her ongoing series titled Traveling Landscapes, New York-based artist Kathleen Vance constructs entire landscapes inside of old steamer trunks and repurposed luggage. Many of the pieces incorporate real running water, soil, and living plant life to form encapsulated environments, though others are constructed from common model making materials and resin. The pieces are … Continue reading Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance

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3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever”

3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever” A team of German and Egyptian archaeologists made a colossal discovery on March 9th – literally and figuratively. Parts of a massive, 3000-year-old statue, which is believed to depict the legendary Pharaoh Ramses II, were found buried in the Cairo slum of Matariya. The findings tell an ancient … Continue reading 3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever”

Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired By Nature Of Kate McDowell

  Weird Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by Nature Of Kate McDowell  In her delicate crafted porcelain sculptures conceptual artist Kate McDowell expresses her interpretation of the clash between the natural world and the modern-day environmental impact of industrialized society. The resulting works can be equal parts amusing and disturbing as the anatomical forms of humans and animals become inexplicably intertwined in her delicate porcelain forms. … Continue reading Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired By Nature Of Kate McDowell

WARNING [Shocking Content] – The Unsettling and Creepy Sculptures of Choi Xooang

[SHOCKING CONTENT] The Unsettling Creepy Sculptures of Choi Xooang Coming from South Korea, Choi Xooang has been sculptig for almost 14 years now. Introduced to sculpture in an art school, he was immediately struck by the medium and the possibility of creating an actual and tangible object. Both fascinating and disturbing, Xooang’s figures show his concerns about human condition in the society. Although the intricate details … Continue reading WARNING [Shocking Content] – The Unsettling and Creepy Sculptures of Choi Xooang

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Galaxies And Planets into a tiny glass sphere by Satoshi Tomizu

Galaxies And Planets into a tiny glass sphere by Satoshi Tomizu An entire galaxy trapped into a tiny glass sphere. Japanese Glass artist Satoshi Tomizu in his Space Glass series fabricates planets and dust trails by heating up glass. A traditional technique using heat energy and the talent of a man. The rendering is fascinating and creates a world of magic and fantasy. The artist depicts … Continue reading Galaxies And Planets into a tiny glass sphere by Satoshi Tomizu

Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice

Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice More: Facebook |on Etsy Sue Beatricel aka (All Natural Arts) is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures. Beatrice writes that her recycled sculptures are “Earth-friendly and artistic … Continue reading Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice

Gorgeous Crystal Creations by Michele Astolfi

 Crystal Creations by Michele Astolfi Born in Bologna, he completes his studies through Italy, Switzerland, United States and Paris. Being a fan of photography and of digital processing, he experiments the combination between the image and the different materials such as silk, crystal, natural stone and resins. Then he will include, a collection of complement panels in the production line of the family company, dedicated to complements like lamps, picture frames, mirrors … Continue reading Gorgeous Crystal Creations by Michele Astolfi

Ceramic Ladies Beautifully Covered with Tattoos by Jessica Harrison

Ceramic Ladies Beautifully Covered with Tattoos by Jessica Harrison Scotland-based artist Jessica Harrison creates unique porcelain sculptures with interesting juxtapositions. In this new series, she applies full body tattoos to delicate women figurines. via Colossal Enregistrer Continue reading Ceramic Ladies Beautifully Covered with Tattoos by Jessica Harrison

Brilliant Quotes About Art From Famous Artists

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” Pablo Picasso “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” –Salvador Dali “To be an artist is to believe in life.” –Henry Moore   “Great art picks up where nature … Continue reading Brilliant Quotes About Art From Famous Artists

Lucid Dreams: Distorted Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Lucid Dreams: Distorted Sculptures by Johnson Tsang Johnson Tsang: Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram Hong-based artist Johnson Tsang bends, stretches and distorts human faces to create his impressive porcelain sculptures. “The comical works morph facial features and body parts, at times cramming the identities of multiple persons into a single being. These new pieces from his ‘Lucid Dreams’ series were recently on view at … Continue reading Lucid Dreams: Distorted Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.

Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quin’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels. To raise awareness about global warming, Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn has built a monumental sculpture for the 2017 Venice Art Biennale. Lorenzo is widely known for incorporating elements of the human body in his work. His latest work, entitled ‘Support’, depicts two massive hands, rising from … Continue reading Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.

Intricate scenes of wildlife hand-carved on wooden vessels by Gordon Pembridge

Intricate scenes of wildlife hand-carved on wooden vessels by Gordon Pembridge   Kenya-born and New Zealand-based artist Gordon Pembridge has developed a lifelong bond with nature. This connection with Mother Earth is often the main source of inspiration for his impressive wooden vessels that incorporate elements of natural history and portray colorful local wildlife. These often feature flora and fauna from his most beloved places … Continue reading Intricate scenes of wildlife hand-carved on wooden vessels by Gordon Pembridge

Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli Fabrizio Corneli doesn’t use a canvas like most artists. Nor does he use a paintbrush. The Florence-based artist uses light, and as you can see from these pictures, he’s certainly onto a bright idea. “light is the energy which creates forms,” says Corneli, who uses mathematical calculations to produce his shadow sculptures. What’s fascinating about his art is that … Continue reading Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Artist Gosia

Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Gosia  on Behance Gosia imagines sculptures of impressive faces achieved through the use of various materials, including gypsum or polymer clay. Performances of great beauty, playing with the forms and expressions of female faces. Source: Colossal / mymodernmet   Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Artist Gosia

Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada

Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada On Facebook Artist Isana Yamada’s tranquil graduation project is drawing the attention of admirers inside and outside the classroom. The Tokyo University of the Arts student recently revealed his creative submission for his school’s final exhibition. The piece, 輪廻 Samsara, depicts six whales “swimming” in an arching circle, meant to symbolize the circle of … Continue reading Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada

Skeleton Coffee Table by Skelemental

  Skeleton Coffee Table by Skelemental This is Full Throttle, a rather unusual skeleton coffee table, and Skelemental’s first piece of furniture. Full size skeleton busts, one being strangled by the other. Bronze skeletons on a brushed steel base. Limited edition of just three sculptures. The unusual table is made from a brushed steel base which sustains two full-sized bronze skeleton busts, one strangled by … Continue reading Skeleton Coffee Table by Skelemental

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks  The garden is inspired by science and mathematics, with sculptures and landscaping on these themes, such as Black Holes and Fractals. The garden is not abundant with plants, but sets mathematical formulae and scientific phenomenae in a setting which elegantly combines natural features and artificial symmetry and curves. It is probably unique among gardens, drawing comparisons with a similarly … Continue reading Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel French artist Mathilde Roussel creates fantastic “living sculptures” made of recycled metal and fabric filled with soil and wheat grass seeds. “Mathilde Roussel’s work is a sensible and symbolic research about the nature of physical life. She is interested in the cyclic metamorphoses that transform organic matter, whether vegetable, animal or human. Through her sculptures, or drawings, … Continue reading Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures

Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures More info: Instagram| Facebook The Japanese artist  Monami Ohno uses cardboard to recreate objects with great detail and realism! From the simple can of beer to the complex assault tank through the famous machines of pop culture like the car from Back to the Future or the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, Monami Ohno impresses by the … Continue reading Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures

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Flayed Bears Reflect On Human, Animal Relationships by Deborah Simon’s

Deborah Simon’s ‘Flayed’ Bears Reflect On Human, Animal Relationships With her Flayed Animals series, American artist Deborah Simon explores the relationship between humans and animals, unveiling the fragility of the animal kingdom facing of our modern civilization. Between embroidery and fake taxidermy, Deborah Simon‘s sculptures expose bears and rabbits, expressing man’s hypocrisy towards animals, between fascination and adoration, between breeding, hunting and cruel experiments. h/t: designyoutrust Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading Flayed Bears Reflect On Human, Animal Relationships by Deborah Simon’s

Charcoal installations by Seon Ghi Bahk

Charcoal installations by Seon Ghi Bahk Nylon threads and neatly erupted charcoal bits take over Miami’s Zadok Gallery in “Fiction and the Fabricated Image“—an exhibition that opens this weekend by the South Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk. The show explores the interplay of nature and civilized culture. In stringing up palm-sized pieces of charcoal, Bahk is able to formulate familiar architectural shapes at various levels … Continue reading Charcoal installations by Seon Ghi Bahk

The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz

The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz Facebook, Saatchi profile, and Youtube Some figurative sculptors carve their artworks from unforgiving stone while others carefully morph the human form from soft blocks of clay, but artist begins with over a billion computer calculations before spending months considering how to materialize his warped ideas using perspex, steel, resin, or copper. Born in Johannesburg in … Continue reading The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz

Luciana Rondolini’s Bejeweled Sculptures and Drawings

 Inner and outer beauty by Luciana Rondolini “The inner and outer beauty” is a series of beautiful jewelry works by Luciana Rondolini, talented artist and jeweler from Argentina. Tiffany Jewelry is a symbol of beauty, luxury and affluence. These works represent a variety of vegetables and fruits – dried, rotten, obviously not fresh. Outside these products are covered with jewels from Tiffany, but they are … Continue reading Luciana Rondolini’s Bejeweled Sculptures and Drawings

Miniature Displays of Contemporary Urban Buildings by Joshua Smith

Miniature Displays of Contemporary Urban Buildings by Joshua Smith watch the video: Facebook | Instagram Working at 1:20 scale, artist Joshua Smith builds in-depth works that capture the layered existences of urban environments in cities such as Hong Kong, Sydney, and Los Angeles. His miniature buildings showcase the details and detritus left by the diverse population of each city, bringing in elements of the city’s … Continue reading Miniature Displays of Contemporary Urban Buildings by Joshua Smith