The Incredible Slate Sculptor


We’ve all seen metal sculptures that are unbelievably cool. UK sculptor Stephen Kettle's 1.5 ton slate sculpture of Alan Turing located at Bletchy Park in Britain stands as a testament to the time it takes to create such amazing works of art. The Alan Turing piece took a total of 18 months to complete. His other sculptures consist of figures, busts, animals and other objects like the one featured below.




Images by Nolan Huzenga, Ken Dougals, Davkav, and the artist
Stephen Kettle’s website
via [Whudat]



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