Today we want to show you two things at once: ring and sculptures. The author is Rebecca Rose. She creates unique rings-sculptures. "My methods involve a process called kit bashing, where I assemble found and burnable objects reminiscent of childhood toys, game pieces, organic materials, and imported miniatures in order to convey a narrative or story. An avid art collector myself, I create works with the collector in mind. The precious metals used in the series retain monetary value, as sterling silver consistently appreciates in the world market, and by providing accurate and highly detailed documentation for each piece, provenance is a cinch." If you’re interested – then go to Rebecca Rose’s website where you can select and buy any of them!
Talented artist Greg Brotherton creates creepy and strange sculptures using antique cash registers, telephones, beer taps, hammer-formed steel and other repurposed objects. “Inspired by human curiosity and the wonderful mechanisms curiosity drives, the forms I present emerge from a disordered mechanical history, often revealed through a dystopian lens.” With a consuming drive to build things that often escalate in complexity as they take shape, Greg’s work is compulsive. Working with hammer-formed steel and re-purposed objects, his themes tend to be mythological in nature, revealed through a dystopian view of pop culture. Enjoy!
Michael Grab is a 28-years old American artist working in the genre of land art. Michael specializes in creating of incredible sculptures from stones. Michael knows a lot about “stones balancing”. His latest collection of sculptures he was doing in the area of Boulder, Colorado. Grab believes that the process of creating these stones sculptures has both spiritual and healing properties. “As far as I know, many cultures from across the globe have practiced the art of balancing rocks for several centuries, if not longer. Rocks are among the oldest of primitive tools. In balance, their purposes range from marking human presence to giving thanks to meditative nature art” Take a look!
Filipino artist Noel Cruz is a well known master in painting dolls. He takes ordinary Barbie dolls and with using his outstanding skills creates dolls strikingly similar to Hollywood actors and actress. In his collections you will easily find wonderful “copies” of Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Robert Pattinson and many other celebrities. Noel sells his art works via eBay and if you want to become a happy owner of such masterpiece or if you want to increase your collection with “portrait” of your favorite person visit his page on eBay.
New Zealand sculptor Michael Parekowhai’s installation titled The World Turns is an intriguing piece of work that features an enormous bronze statue of an elephant balancing on its head. Next to the 5-meter-tall structure, there is a tiny, almost undetectable, figure of a kuril (a rodent native to Australia, often referred to as a “water rat”) and a short distance away there is a chair installed for viewers to take a seat and reflect on the wondrous spectacle. In a statement, the museum says, “The World Turns reminds us that history is often recorded to highlight specific moments, but, as the world turns, there are many other stories – and these are central to our understanding of history.”
By using origami technique Kiev based artist Jaroslav Mishchenko can create almost any object: from a car and up to animals figurines. These paper 3D sculptures he paints in the proper color palette to make them look more natural. He modestly calls himself an “amateur” and makes photos of his artwork using a smartphone Samsung Galaxy Ace. Take a look at some of Jaroslav’s art works!
You have probably seen some of these stunning sculptures and wonder who is the author. The author of these really wonderful sculptures is Johnson Tsang, a Hong Kong sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art works. Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors. Take a look!
Philadelphia-based designer and craftsman James McNabb has a several series of wood sculptures and furniture items but today we want to show his “City Series”. It consists of spectacular wood sculptures featuring us a city views from an airplane. James took inspiration from cityscapes and chose to mesh his woodworking skills into this series of urban landscapes. Highly detailed sculptures are made from discarded scrap wood and each abstract architectural “building” is unique. Take a look!
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