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A New Book Filled With Interactive Paper Pop-up Gadgets by Kelli Anderson

Kelli Anderson, a self-described artist/designer and tinkerer has just released her long-awaited book, This Book is a Planetarium. Anderson, who is based in Brooklyn, works in a variety of digital and analog media but is best known for her use of paper … Continue reading

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Dream Worlds Imagined in Contorted Clay Portraits by Johnson Tsang – Colossal

Johnson Tsang (previously) continues to create spectacularly emotive ceramic sculptures of the human face. The Hong Kong-based artist’s latest series, Lucid Dream II, features surreal contortions that squish, wring, melt, and stretch. Titles like “Remembrance,” […] Source: Dream Worlds Imagined in Contorted Clay Portraits by … Continue reading

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Paper Olympics: Sculptures by Raya Sader Bujana

A series of serial plane paper sculptures Olympic athletes by Barcelona-based paper artist Raya Sader Bujana. The project was commissioned by stock image photographer Abel Mitjá with the idea of creating a series of paper pieces expressing movement by adding texture, … Continue reading

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Willow Branches Shaped into Flowing Abstract Installations by Laura Ellen Bacon

British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon twists, ties, and knots pieces of willow and other raw materials to create large-scale abstract sculptures which she installs both inside and outside of architectural structures. The pieces often involve several stages of sketching, and weeks … Continue reading

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Pixelated Wooden Faces by Gil Bruvel Reveal Abstract Color Explorations When Exhibited in Verso

For his unusual figurative sculptures artist Gil Bruvel splits lengths of lumber into manageable sticks which he arranges and paints in bright shades of blues, greens, and reds. On one side, the wooden pieces configure into faces at rest in peaceful … Continue reading

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Head Instructor: A New Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus Analyzes the Human Mind Through Four Anamorphic Images

Thomas Medicus (previously) is a master of illusion. The Austria-based artist builds boxes from segments of laser-cut acrylic glass which present a different image depending on which angle you view the rotating sculpture. In his most recent work, Head Instructor, concept follows form. … Continue reading

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Miniature Embroideries by ipnot Transform Thread into Delicious Designs

Japanese embroidery artist ipnot (previously) continues to dazzle us with her creative miniatures formed from thread and embroidery hoops. The works often incorporate props, such as ketchup bottles or chopsticks, to add an interactive layer to the pieces. Textile noodles are staged … Continue reading

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Mixed Media Sculptures by Michael Alm Convey the Sinuous Nature of Animal Muscles

Seattle-based sculptor  Michael Alm forms lifelike animal sculptures from carved and shaved wood, often adding realistic features such as glass eyes to complete the anatomical studies. The works imitate the natural gestures of the animals he sculpts, such as “Jack Rabbit (Lepus Californicus),” … Continue reading

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Artist Fills Forest with Life-Size Sculptures Made from Woven Willow

The ancient art of basket weaving is believed to be one of the widest spread crafts in the history of human civilization. The process involves weaving pliable, natural materials together to create a variety of useful forms and vessels. Inspired … Continue reading

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Elegant Paper Cranes Composed of Detailed Cuts, Folds, and Flowers

In 2015, paper artist  Cristian Marianciuc (previously) started a 1,000-day goal to create a new paper crane each day. The extravagant designs included layers of multi-color paper, detailed cuts to imitate feathers, and often gilded elements added onto the wings. … Continue reading

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