Tag: sculpture

Chrystal Turntable from Brian Lilla on Vimeo. Sculptor Evan Holm is at it again with a turntable driving a speaker that has an attached stylus with ink dripping on it, paper being drawn by to . . . . Aw, just look at the video. Holm is one creative artist, for sure. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Making Art, One Page at a Time Would this be stories, or plays, or poems? Nope. It would be paper all right but many, many sheets of paper, made to look like traditional porcelain or plaster sculpture that extends like an accordion or a giant slinky. You’ve gotta see it to believe it. Artist Li […]

Checked out any absolutely stunning glass sculptures of deadly viruses lately? Here’s your chance. They really are quite nice replicas of HIV, Swine Flu, E. Coli, SARS, Malaria and Small Pox. Photos and a video of the creator, Luke Jerram, making one. Looks like a lot of work. More of his non-virus work can be […]

For nearly 50 years, Miina Äkkijyrkkä has been working with cows, both in caring for them and in her art. That explains why she creates sculptures of enormous cows made from recycled car parts. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

You know about 3D printers, right? You know about sugar, right? You know about sculpture, right? So? Kyle and Liz von Hasseln have brought it all together in a thriving business designing, digitally modelling and printing original sugar sculptures. Think cake. How cool is that, huh? TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Take a look at some impossible-looking sculptures carved from pencils. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

If you’ve never seen a bear made out of chewing gum, an elephant made from TV sets, or a rocking chair constructed of firearms (not the seat, fortunately) here’s an opportunity to see the most bizarre upcycled art ever. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Take ordinary objects, candles, beer bottles, tomatoes, potatoes, a hot dog, a pear, add bent wire arms and legs and you get . . . Still lifes with bent objects. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Beautiful video segments of Bob Potts’ kinetic sculptures, with musical by Peter Dodge. Gears, sprockets, chains, lost motion, linkages, brass and copper shapes slowing dancing together and apart, bird-like structures simulate flight, and more mechanical wonders, indeed. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious