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Thierry Despont “Masks” Project
Brushes, brooms, cleavers, knives and scissors are just some of the quotidian objects transformed by artist Thierry Despont into these mysterious sculptures featured in Masks.  Consisting of over twenty such ...

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Lana Sutra by Erik Ravelo for Benetton
The latest Benetton project: Lana Sutra was created by Erik Ravelo, a Cuban artist at Fabrica. These art pieces embody the idea of color and of a woolen thread linking ...

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Jaume Plensa’s Echo in New York
It takes a lot to stop a New Yorker in his or her tracks, but a massive 44-foot tall human head in the middle of Madison Square Park might just do the trick. From May to mid-September, passers-by are treated to the long-awaited New York public debut of the Spanish artist and sculptor Jaume Plensa.

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Sayaka Ganz Recycled Sculptures
Using possibly the cheapest material around—thrift store plastics that have already been used or trashed—Sayaka Kajita Ganz still manages to make pieces that look downright priceless (and sell for over US$ 12,500 each). Born in Yokohama, Japan, Sayaka explains that, “Japanese Shinto beliefs are such that all objects and organisms have spirits, and objects that […]

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Antony Micallef Sculptures
Antony Micallef is mostly known for his charcoal and oil paintings in which he transforms iconic logos, symbols and motifs into striking commentaries on the witless nature of today’s consumerist ...

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Axel Brechensbauer Totem Sculptures
I am loving these amazing geometric Totems sculptures by Barcelona based artist Axel Brechensbauer. They remind me a little bit of a life-size chess set. Love it!

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Malene Hartmann Rasmussen Sculpture
Here is an other graduated student contacting us to showcase their work, but this time it’s more artsy than fashionable. Malene Hartmann Rasmussen from Royal College of Art in London is a mixed media sculptor making and arranging multiple components into complex narrative sceneries. 

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Mozart Guerra’s Sculptures
With just a bit of nylon rope and Styrofoam, Mozart Guerra manages to churn out amazingly life-like sculptures. The past years have seen this Brazilian-born artist tackle subjects, like geishas, monkey heads, and skulls. Born in 1962, Mozart studied architecture at the University Federal of Pernambuco. His first few jobs included working as a set […]

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Ron van der Ende Wooden Scraps Art
Rotterdam based sculptor Ron van der Ende specializes in wall mounted bas-reliefs constructed from found wood. The original color and texture of the wood is utilized to form a gripping and realistic mosaic. The realism is further enhanced by the perspective built into