Stunning Digital Sculptures by Adam Martinakis

Today we want to shwo you a collection of a stunning 3D, digital sculptures by Greek and Poland-based artist, Adam Martinakis. Adam studied Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Industrial Design at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, and since 2000, has been working and experimenting on computer-generated visual media (3d digital image – animation, digital video, new media). He also teaches digital arts & design, graphics, interior design and ceramic design at multiple art institutes.

Yuki Matsueda’s 3D Sculptures

Yuki Matsueda is one of the most interesting talents in 3D wall sculptures today. He takes graphics we expect to be flat and turns them into leaping in your face 3D sculptures that catch your attention and make his message clear. You stare at the jigsaw puzzle seeing that one dastardly piece that is always missing, exploding from the puzzle headed into oblivion. The exit sign man is making his break running out of the sign into the open air of the room. Yuki’s playful look at the two dimensional world around us creates a sense of fun, humor, and deeper communication.

Beautiful Origami by Jaroslav Mishchenko

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!

Hyper Realistic 3D Art Works by Keng Lye

Featured below images aren’t photos these art works lie somewhere between hyper realistic painting and sculpture. Singapore-based artist Keng Lye meticulously produces these three-dimensional works of art with acrylics and epoxy resin. Using a technique originated by Riusuke Fukahori, Lye manages to produce the illusion of different animals swimming in water. The time-consuming process involves pouring resin into a bowl and then painting on top of it with acrylics, layer by layer.

Stunning Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

Today we want to show you stunning sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz. they are created with such mathematical precision, that can only be seen in a reflection. To get this effect, London-based artist first scans a 3D object, then distorts it with computer using π algorithms. His final pieces, made from perspex, steel, resin, or copper, have to be viewed next to a round reflective cylinder – only then the objects come to focus. “At heart I’m an artist scientist archetype that loves projects and people. Each of the art works and ventures on this site represent a part of what I am. From algorithms to finance to paint. This is the Binge Thinking Collection. Life is a journey and at each point we need to stop and evaluate our existence.” Have fun!