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Naked obese men sculptures by Mu Boyan

Naked obese men sculptures by Mu Boyan
As often happens it’s not easy to find much information about this chinese artist. The only things we know about Mu Boyan is that she sculpt and paint huge fat naked chinese men and that she has a Masters from the Sculpture department at the the central Academy of Fine Arts in... » read moreleggi tutto

Miniature Sculptures by Joe FigMiniature Sculptures by Joe Fig

Miniature Sculptures by Joe FigMiniature Sculptures by Joe Fig
Joe Fig is an artist born and raised in Long Island, New York. Fig’s work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States and Europe. These table sculptures series are astounding. Joe Fig è un artista nato e cresciuto a Long Island, New York. Il suo lavoro è stato esposto ampiamente in tutti gli... » read moreleggi tutto

Flexible Paper Sculptures by Li HongboFlexible Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Flexible Paper Sculptures by Li HongboFlexible Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo
Sculptural works by chinese artist Li Hongbo appear to be made from ceramic at first glance, however, the works are actually created from thousands of layers of soft paper. Le sculture dell’artista cinese Li Hongbo sembrano essere fatte di ceramica a prima vista, invece sono in realtà create da migliaia... » read moreleggi tutto

Fabio Viale’s unbelievable marble sculpturesFabio Viale’s unbelievable marble sculptures

Fabio Viale's unbelievable marble sculpturesFabio Viale's unbelievable marble sculptures
Fabio Vialewas born in Cuneo, Italy, in 1975. All of his works are entirely in marble. Yes, it’s correct: marble. The skull and the Monna Lisa you’re seeing here are not made of polystyrene foam, but in real, hard, heavy white marble. As well as the tires, the big balloon,... » read moreleggi tutto

Melting wooden frames by Bonsoir ParisMelting wooden frames by Bonsoir Paris

Melting wooden frames by Bonsoir ParisMelting wooden frames by Bonsoir Paris
Pablo Picasso said “Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.”, from this assumption french creative studio Bonsoir Paris transformed the nature of wood and the identity of frames. The wood melts like plastic, or sometimes chocolate, from frames which don’t contain artwork but become artwork themselves. How... » read moreleggi tutto
                                   
                       
           

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