Greg Payce’s is a Canadian ceramicist who created an alluring arrangement of sculptures called Alumina. It’s this wonderful scene where seven ornate vases stand queuing on a concrete platform. Maybe it would take an observant eye and you really have to read between the line in order to appreciate Payce’s mesmerizing art, especially when looking […]
Chie Hitotsuyama is a Japanese artist behind those amazing paper sculptures. And to make it more amazing is that those sculptures are made out of newspaper. It’s so true that in Chie’s hand, the newspapers which normally serve as news media, they now have a whole different purpose.
As a US-based designer, screen printer and illustrator, Molly Gambardella is really looking to push boundaries and create novel settings with her work. She would use many different kinds of techniques from just simple illustrations to gigantic sculpture just to express herself.
Dan Tanenbaum is Toronto-based sculptor whose art is about technology. He has created miniature of motorcycle out of parts of vintage watches. So far, he has been sculpting since 2010 but since then his pieces have been decorating the Ultimate Motorcycling magazine and Motorcycle Mojo magazine.
His name is Giuseppe Rumerio. He is the artist and sculptor behind those realistic animal sculptures. He has received the highest certification of “Master Artist.”
David Moreno is a Barcelona-based artist who blends sketching with sculpture to create inventive installations. He often plays with space and experiment with dimensionality. Check out those inspirational pencil-sketch-like sculptures.
What is so awesome about Long-bin Chen‘s sculptures is that they are not only beautiful, but also mislead people to think that they are made of stone or marble, but in fact, those unique busts are actually carved from recycled paper.
Kiki Smith (born January 18, 1954) is a West German-born American artist whose work has addressed the themes of sex, birth and regeneration. Her figurative work of the late 1980s and early 1990s confronted subjects such as gender and race, while recent works have depicted the human condition in relationship to nature.
As a sculptor and also an illusionist, Christopher David White can deceive your eyes into believing that his ceramics are wood. Just check them out and you will be astonished as to find out that they are not what they seem they are.
Rex Homan, a New Zealand-based sculptor has had a long career as a his work first gained traction in the 1960s and 1970s. Since then he’s been influenced by the “culture of the Pacific” and with a commitment to dramatic lines and diverse, yet equally stylized, forms, he displays this wide-ranging inspiration. He respects the […]