Tag Archives: sculpture

Polished brass sculptures by Brazilian artist Vanderlei Lopes that appear to drip, drain and spread across gallery floors like liquid gold.

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Teeny tiny origami things folded by Leipzig based paper artist Anja Markiewicz.

Without the aid of a magnifying glass, mind.

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A humble Ford Transit transformed into a cut metal forest by UK-based artist Dan Rawlins for the Lost Eden Festival at Kendal Calling woodland in the Lake District.


The magnificent sand sculptures Of Toshihiko Hosaka (pic2), who’s been refining  his granular oeuvre for two decades. Aside from a hardening spray applied to protect the finished sculptures from erosion by the wind and sun, the only material he uses is sand.

Earlier this month, Hosaka’s three-days-in-the-making tribute to 16th century Japanese swordsman Musashi Miyamoto (top pic above) won first prize at the Furlong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival in Taiwan.


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Meet artist John Edmark – a  man whose obsession with mathematical formulae and concepts has led him to create all manner of baffling spirally sculptures. To wit:

‘instruments that amplify our awareness of the sometimes tenuous relationship between facts and perception…


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Warped anamorphic sculptures by London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz.

Digital renderings transformed into bronze, plaster and copper forms (more recent works are finished in oil paints) which come to life when viewed in the curved reflective surface of cylindrical mirrors.