Father Sculpts Giant Clay Head of Daughter


Indonesian artist Eddi Prabandono and his 15 workers built a giant sculpture modeled after the head of his five-year-old daughter, Luz. The 13ft x 13ft sculpture is made up of a whopping 25 tons of clay and is currently being displayed at Jog Art, an annual art exhibition held in Yogyakarta that is attended by more than 150 artists.





Luz’s dad, Eddi Prabandono

via [Design You Trust], [Jakarta Post]



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