Turkish artist Didem Yagci manipulates pieces of plywood into kinetic works of art. With numerous layers that look like nerverending steps, these sculptures echo the journeys people go on during their own lives and how they experience them in “infinite cycles.” This idea is expanded on in Yagci's artist statement: “The overlapping, repetitive, twisting, and intersecting layers…refer to this cycle through the careful use of materials and colors.
South African sculptor Anton Smit is known for his powerful artwork that centers around themes of reconciliation, glory, and suffering.
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New ‘The Little Prince’ Sculpture is Unveiled in New York in Celebration of the Book’s 80th Anniversary
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince was first published in 1943. In the 80 years that have passed since its debut, it has become one of the best-selling titles of all time and has been translated into over 500 different languages and dialects worldwide. Now, in celebration of its milestone anniversary, the titular character has made its way to the streets of New York City.
Just as tress will sometimes burst through the sidewalk in a cramped city, resilient flora erupt from porcelain vessels in...
In the hands of a talented artist, marble can become a highly realistic and detailed work.
Porcelain is usually associated with delicate, ornate objects from a more traditional era; but, in the hands of Brock DeBoer, it's a beautiful vehicle for the preservation of memory. The Los Angeles-based sculptor produces beautiful ceramic pieces inspired by common contemporary objects, such as a basketball or a lunch box, creating a highly contrasting marriage of form and material.
Every fall, new sculptures take over the Wara Art Festival in Japan.
For the past several months, artist Thomas Dambo has been traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast of...
Animals large and small are reimagined in Georgie Seccull‘s dynamic style. The Australian artist creates expressive sculptures of felines, birds, and other creatures using numerous slivers of metal, resulting in sweeping lines that fill each work with energy. Although stainless steel is Seccull's medium of choice, she reshapes it into sinuous forms so that it seems much more fluid.
With roots in China and a long history in Japan, bonsai trees are instantly recognizable for their petite, yet artistic...
From New Jersey to Washington State, Massive Wooden Troll Sculptures Are Cropping up Across the U.S.
Danish recycling artist and climate activist Thomas Dambo is invading the United States with his monumental troll sculptures.