Tattooist Jason Stieva has been creating assemblage art for almost 20 years, extending his creativity beyond the flesh and into three-dimensional space. For the past nine years, he's been working on his Gothic Times series, which began when he acquired a portion of an old clockmakers estate. Mixing cases and mechanisms with other found materials, his sculptures are wildly surreal and filled with detail.
At first glance, the work of Japanese artist Shintaro Ohata might look like textural oil paintings, but a closer look...
Chinese artist Yuanxing Liang is redefining the traditional bust sculpture with his breathtaking fantasy art.
Finnish artist Kim Simonsson stumbled upon sculpting while playing in the snow as a young child. While his peers were creating standard snowmen, he was crafting a model of Donald Duck. Since this unexpected epiphany, Simonsson has sculpted a range of fascinating figures, including his enchanting collection of Moss People. This spellbinding series features life-sized sculptures of children that appear to be molded out of vibrant and verdant moss.
Many of nature’s objects feature recurring patterns and motifs described as fractals, which can be seen repeating themselves at increasing...
Japanese designer and Studio Note founder Norihiko Terayama pairs his passion for interiors with his love for nature to create one-of-a-kind decor.
British sculptor Alex Chinneck creates mind-bending optical illusions that defy logic and change our perceptions of the material he uses. In the past we’ve seen him bend brick walls, curl tarmac, twist wooden columns, and make entire buildings appear to levitate in mid-air. His latest head-turning contemporary sculpture is an antique grandfather clock that appears to be tied in a knot. The artwork—titled Growing up gets me down—represents an exciting new venture for the artist.
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Known for his large installations, Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck is also a skilled sculptor whose desaturated figures often...
Russian creative Goga Tandashvili adds an artistic touch to otherwise ordinary walls with his intricate bas-relief sculpture work. Using a combination of hand building and carving tools, the Russian sculptor brings nature-inspired scenes to life as they integrate seamlessly with their surroundings. Giant peacocks, bunches of blooms, and decorative flourishes rise from a flattened surface, resulting in large pieces that are part home decor and part stunning work of art.
Cuban sculptor and professor Rafael San Juan celebrates the spirit of Cuban women in Primavera.