Posts Tagged Sculpture
I love finding unusual, exciting, and unique art on the internet. So when I found this I got so excited that I immediately wrote a post and published it (okay, I was a little more excited than usual *laughs*). Did you know wooden coffee stirrers, woven together, could create this? I didn’t either until I found North Carolina-based Artist Jonathan Brilliant’s art installation (via Tumblr). Who knew! I can’t stop starring at this, so I think I should end this post by saying.. Enjoy (smiles).
It’s been awhile since I’ve featured an amazing Paper Sculpture. So when I found UK-based Artist Matthew Picton’s work, I knew I had to post it here. Matthew’s paper constructed maps of cities from around the world, showcases architecture in a new light. And to further authenticate his work, he uses materials from literary and religious texts, to sheet music and DVD covers to accurately build each city. Amazing! Click the link above to see more of his work. Enjoy your day!
There are very few times when I find myself speechless over something I’ve found.. and I must admit, I’ve found myself speechless yet again. I just couldn’t believe my eyes when I found the DillyPad shop owned by an Windsor, California artist. According to the shops bio, the artist is a stay at home mom who loves to work with clay and sculpt polymer wall art, including flowers, sea life, and more. Can you imagine having these sculptors on your wall? I know I can.. it would be my own 3D gallery. Stay at home moms rock! Click the link above to see more of her work. Enjoy
Do you think its possible for the human eye to be deceived? After viewing this amazing art, I certainly think so. Rhode Island based artist Tom Deininger sculpts beautiful landscapes out of wires, cables, and other alternative materials. Yes, you read right.. come a little closer and really view these photos. Yes, I know, your human eye was just deceived.. but in a good way. And I love the various materials he uses.. like noticeable toy figures I see my niece and nephews play with. Very unique. Click the link above to view more. Enjoy
I bet you’re thinking, “What’s up with the misspell in the title?” Well, I didn’t misspell in regards to this post. Korean artist SangSik Hong (represented by Patrajadas Contemporary), has created these wonderful art installations out of good ol’ regular, plastic drinking straws. Yes, drinking straws. Each sculpture to me is powerful and unique, while showing drinking straws in a whole new light. Who would have thought, a simple thing as a straw could look like this. Certainly not me. So what do you think of this art? As for me, I like it. Click on the link to learn more.. Enjoy