After its proposed skateboard wood, Mr. Plant (aka Christophe Guinet) collaborated with Warner France and Splendens Factory to make a Batman mask and a suit made of wood. “The bark is the tree that the suit is the superhero. The foam equated with sweetness strengthens the balance that exists between the symbiosis of nature and...
Kazuhiro Tsuji is a contemporary artist living in Los Angeles, who is specializes in hyperrealism. After 25-year career as a makeup artist in Hollywood scene, Kazu decided to concentrate on his sculptures. With resin, silicone and other materials, he created portraits of famous figures such as Dali, Warhol and Lincoln.
The artist Stefanie Rocknak created superb wooded sculptures perfectly highlighting the expression of subject movement. The impressive attention to detail can give the impression that these creations are actually animated or similar to the features of a photograph lines.
The Turkish artist Selcuk Yilmaz returns with a series iron animal heads. Beyond the impressive appearance of such sculptures, ferocity that emerges brings to these works exceptional.
The “segmentation” was born from the fascination of the artist Jiyong Lee from science and is materialized by a series of geometric glass sculptures. These magnificent structures consist of translucent and opaque textures, allowing light scatter and create beautiful effects of gradients.
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.
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.
Designed by the artist and scientific Jonty Hurwitz, “Hurwitz Singularity” is an anamorphic sculpture made from an analysis of four dimensions of his own head. This installation intrigue by the precision and the visual changes according to the perspective view.
Aniko Kolesnikova, known as Mandarin Duck, is a jewelry designer and sculpts fairytale cover books with polymer clay materializing animals and creatures with a great sense of aesthetics.