Detroit-born artist Noah Deledda turns trash into treasure by transforming old aluminum cans into sculptures. Made entirely by hand, the artist uses his thumb to create dents and creases in the disposable object’s surface, resulting in incredible three-dimensional sculptures adorned in flawless, geometric patterns. Deledda reveals, “Through sculpture I try to create something unique out of an ordinary object.” His process begins by scratching away the can’s commercial design.
Washington-based artist Dylan Martinez explores the boundaries of human perception with his series of glass sculptures, aptly titled Glass Water...
Chinese contemporary artist Li Xiaofang uses porcelain to make wearable art that pays homage to China's past while looking toward...
Sculptor Alfie Bradley works with improbable materials to create incredible works of art. And with his sculpture Knife Angel, he also used his work to send a strong social message about the dangers of knife violence. Formed from over 100,000 knives turned over to 43 police stations around the UK during confiscations and amnesties, the powerful, 27-foot-tall sculpture is a reminder of how many lives could be saved if people put down their weapons.
Artist Candice Bees is a woman of many creative talents.
Based in Chilliwack, British Columbia, artist Kevin Stone specializes in creating gigantic fantasy art sculptures made from stainless steel.
Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates mesmerizing, laser-cut wood relief sculptures that feature layers of intricate swirls and abstract patterns. A myriad of geometric lines and ancient symbols take the shape of human silhouettes and mandala-like designs. Some pieces look like the pulsing inner cogs of a mechanical clock, while others resemble ornate, cathedral ceilings.
Most people balk at mold, like the type that appears as spores on old loaves of bread.
Texas-based artist Terry Hays creates cross-cultural, abstract sculptures adorned with ornate, colorful patterns.
Throughout art history, sculptors have experimented with an eclectic range of mediums. While cast bronze, carved wood, and fired clay have made lasting impressions, no material has captivated quite like marble. Prevalent in ancient and contemporary art alike, marble artworks have a prominent place in many major art movements and are among some of the most famous sculptures in the world.
British contemporary sculptor Martin Debenham creates stainless steel wire sculptures inspired by fantasy and nature.
London-based multimedia sculptor Rowan Mersh creates mesmerizing textural artworks with seashells.