Archive for the ‘Sculptures’ Category

The sculptor duo known as Dallas and Angel at The DNA Factory have wild imaginations and a gift for the bizarrely creative. Take a look at some of these sculpture creations and many adjectives come to mind. Gruesome, fantastical, wicked, sad and the macabre. Besides being hauntingly bizarre, you know, something you might find in [...]

A food creation with zero calories and packed with lots of creativity. Lego pizza sculpture with lego salad and soda. via mocpages

Debbie Englund has lived and worked in Chapel Hill, NC for over 30 years. After her children went off the attend college, she began toying with sculpturing as a vocation. Being inspired by facial expressions, her sculptures can be described as whimsical to being thought-provoking. Here are some examples of her Face Clay Pot sculptures.

Chilean artist Iván Navarro, Heaven or Las Vegas new works exhibit, features fluorescent light sculptures drawn from the floor plans of iconic skyscrapers. For Heaven or Las Vegas, Navarro’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, the artist has created a series of fluorescent light wall sculptures based on the floor plans of twelve of the [...]

New Image Sculpture exhibition which runs until May 08, 2011 assembles works by emerging and mid-career artists who freely appropriate from art history, ethnographic artifacts, fashion, folk art, hobby crafts, popular culture, and the world of do-it-yourself. These artists transform widely available materials, many found on the shelves of hardware stores and building suppliers, into [...]

Running through April 6, 2011 is Nick van Woert’s Breaking and Entering exhibition at Yvon Lambert in New York City, his first solo show which features all new sculptures. For this exhibition,  van Woert dissects found sculptures, often presenting the works as manipulated versions of their former selves. Breaking and Entering also refers to a recent [...]

Furniture made from old naval sea mines are the epitome of steampunk design at it’s finest. A steampunk aficionados dream! Here is the story behind the usage of these scrap treasures: Situated in the Gulf of Finland, about 10 miles away from Tallinn is the island of Naissaar island (which means “island of women”). Until [...]


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