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Playing With Food

The adorable taro root mice bellow were created by Jimmy Zhang, a chef and produce artist in San Francisco. The image is part of The New York Times‘ slideshow Playing With Food, which also includes more images of food turned … Continue reading

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Maurizio Savini

The Italian artist Maurizio Savini makes amazing sculptures with fibreglass and pink chewing gum. Mario Codognato wrote about his work: The sensual act of chewing, the voluptuous warmth of rebelling saliva, the artificial and secretly aseptic fragrance which spreads from … Continue reading

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Christopher Conte

Christopher Conte sculptures of skulls, spiders and other insects combine his love for sculpture, medical-science, and biomechanics. His sculptures are created using carbon-fiber, bronze, resin, stainless steel, titanium, aluminium, and even parts of a vintage Singer sewing attachment. Related posts: … Continue reading

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Jeff de Boer

The Canadian artist Jeff de Boer is a Calgary-based multi-media artist with an international reputation for producing some of the world’s most original and well-crafted works of art. He creates some incredible metal sculptures, figurative and abstract, suits of armour … Continue reading

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Nemo Gould

The artist Nemo Gould has been creating his signature style of kinetic metal and found object sculpture for over 20 years. His portfolio has shows fabulous mixed media and found object sculptures, with a neat retro style. It also includes … Continue reading

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José Geraldo Reis Pfau, a Brazilian advertising professional, reserves his weekends to a productive hobby: creating mini motorcycles with parts of glasses and watches. Part of his private collection, which contains more than 200 pieces, is presented on his site … Continue reading

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Theo Jansen Strandbeests

Two years ago I was very impressed when I read about the amazing work of the Dutch artist Theo Jansen. In the last 16 years he has been working on those incredible kinetic sculptures, the strandbeest (Beach Creatures). They are … Continue reading

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Adalberto Abbate

If you remember of any of my posts with pictures with tiny plastic men and toys, do you know they are usually cheerful and cute or funny. That’s not the case, forget them. The work above is part of the … Continue reading

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Doktor A

The site of Doktor A is full of his fantastic creations: pretty paintings of little men with pointy hats, paintings and illustrations and cute (odd) little fellows called Poddies, dark sculptures of fairies, clowns and creatures, digital illustrations of aliens … Continue reading

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Underwater Sculptures

If you think a sculpture is the result of the material used, the process and the artists technique and style, add a new items to this list: the acting of environment and time on it. The Underwater Sculpture Gallery shows … Continue reading

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