As part of an exhibition dedicated to Star Wars, Madame Tussauds museum in London has worked extensively in the preparation of this extraordinary experience. By recreating the characters identical with a team of seasoned professionals including sculptors, designers and makeup artists, the exhibition features 16 iconic scenes from the Star Wars universe.
The artist Bruce Shapiro invented kinetic machines “Sisyphus” that uses magnets and metal balls to draw superb mandalas on a layer of sand. The result is extremely accurate and worthy of mandalas often made on paper.
For nearly thirty years, Jennifer McCurdy creates stunning porcelain sculptures inspired by nature surround her like fire, plants and wind. She gives the illusion that her work is glowing inside by applying precious gold leaves. Find out more in images.
Rick Satava is a famous Californian glass sculptor. Full size, he makes jellyfish sculptures by working precisely the patterns and movement of the filaments. His technique allows him to have a rendering translucent colors. He designed about 300 realistic sculptures a month and we can find in the film “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
The artist Kay Sekimachi makes sculptures and bowls with dried tree leaves, Inspiring on traditional techniques of his country: Japan. These dead maple leaves are maintained through the Kozo paper, watercolor layer and Krylon. From 3rd July it will be exhibit at the Bellevue Arts Museum in the US.
Lucie Boucher Bernie Huebner and are the creators of the “Glasscapes“, three-dimensional sculptures made of superimposed layers of glass. The juxtaposition of these pieces of glass in finely cut edges and create beautiful reliefs of natural landscapes.
The English artist Julie Alice Chappell works with components damaged old computers, DVD players IC and video game systems such as Nintendo. She likes to design bionic insects, butterflies and flies with translucent wings. Her small insects are for sale on its shop Etsy.
The Swenyo studio designed the collection “Skurniture” (Skate + Furniture), inspired by the shape of a skateboard. This object can be used for both bench, table for your laptop, bedside and coffee table. Available for $89, in bright or black wood with red, white or black leg.
Molly Hatch painted plates it has subtly arrange to create gigantic murals composition as mural. Her work forms a close to a mosaic. From a distance, you can understand the overall concept, but up close, you can appreciate the individual coherence of each “tile” — or dish.