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Anton Smit is a well known sculptor from South Africa. His metal face sculptures are exhibited in museums and other public places. His bust sized metal face sculptures are each different in their own way. Alien faces, faces in pain(made with thumbtacks), cracked faces are a sight to wonder. He is open for commission works, so interested people can reach out through his social media handles. He uses metal, fiber glass, bronze and steel for most of his sculpture...
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Wild life animals are carefully detailed on layers of paper through this wonderful sculpture art. His paper cut sculptures are made using medium density fiber board. The prominent animals are lion, eagle and tigers. These paper cut sculptures of animals was created for a coffee company project. Patrick Cabral is a sculptor from Philippines. Patrick's multi layered sculpture art is indeed a marvel to view in photos. The details on the sculpture art are...
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These decorations are paper art sculptures made with tissue papers. Marianne Eriksen Scott Hansen is the creative hand behind these over-sized tissue paper art sculptures.Large roses, chrysanthemums and more flowers can be used as decorative pieces. Tissue paper art flowers stay longer, since they can't wither away. These paper art sculptures can be used for decorative purposes for birthday celebrations, weddings and more. The artist is based in Denmark....
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These miniature sculptures fit inside an adult's palm.It's fun to see our everyday food items like subway wraps, starbucks, fruits all molded into life like miniature sculptures. The desktops, sewing machines all seem to be packed with the nitty gritty details, which makes us wonder if the hand holding them was that of a giant. Sunny miniworld is a group which is the brain child behind these miniature sculptures. They are based in Korea. These...
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The passion for paper has made this artist very creative with her paper sculptures. The watercolor papers have been twisted and molded to form beautiful faces portraying different emotions. The paper is turned into 3d patterns and when the light hits the surface, interesting forms are displayed. She mostly uses folded papers which are bent in straight lines or molds to create faces. The most interesting fact of these paper sculptures are they all created using...
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Surreal miniature insect sculptures by Japanese artist Hirsohi Shinno has left us speechless. He uses ferns, petals and leaves to create his imaginary insect friends. He is quite popular for his 'ikimono' sculptures. He draws his inspiration for his miniature sculptures from nature. All his sculptures are look like beetles, butterflies and other harmless insects. He gathers his materials for his art from nature and carefully treats them with synthetic...
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Underwater Sculptures: Jason deCaires Taylor was born in 1974 and he currently lives and works from Lanzarote, which is situated in Canary islands. This artist is with a mission, protect the underwater creatures and save the natural resources. Taylor graduated from the London Institute of Arts in 1998 with a BA Honours in Sculpture and became a fully qualified diving instructor and underwater naturalist. He is also an award winning photographer for showing the...
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Felting sculptures by Russian artist Yulia Derevschikova  are so stunningly realistic. The animals are so beautifully detailed, one can mistake them for real animals. Her needle felting sculpture characters is inspired from popular Disney movies. The little woodland creatures are so adorable making you want to pamper them all day long. The animals she chooses for her felting art are tiny animals like squirrels, rabbits, hedgehogs,...
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The world is a canvas for a true artist and in this case it's butter sculptures. Tonnes of butter are carved into beautiful sculptures and placed for display to public. These butter sculptures have to be kept at a certain temperature, since they tend to melt under room temperature. Butter is a fragile canvas, so it's only the talented artists who know their way through knives can handle them. A whole village, with so many minute details added on to them has...
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Wall sculptures: Metal wall sculptures are used to stir up a dull space in your room. Hang a metallic willow tree sculpture above your bed, and you can see a 3d image of the tree merging alongwith the background to give a pleasant view. If you are an ardent nature lover, you can use intricate tree sculptures which blend along with the room color, to make you feel one with nature. If you are looking to decorate the interiors of your home, it’s good to invest...
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