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  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Conversion2”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Guardians’ Fall”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • ‘The Backup’ – sculpture by Johnson Tsang
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang artist Lucid Dream 10 – 2016
  • Johnson Tsang – Trump sculpture – The other side of the president
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpteur portrait

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang - Sculpture "Oops"

Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”

Johnson Tsang travaille à Hong Kong, il crée des sculptures en porcelaine, en acier inoxydable et participe à des projets d’art public.
Tsang met sa technique au service de son imagination surréaliste, et ses sculptures rassemblent souvent l’intégration des 2 éléments, «êtres humains» et «objets».
Depuis 1993, les œuvres de Tsang ont été exposées à Hong Kong, Taiwan, en Corée, Espagne, Suisse et collectées par les musées et des collectionneurs locaux et étrangers.

Son travail, notamment ses “bébés” me font beaucoup penser aux sculptures de Ronit Baranga dans l’expression.

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Sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project.
Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and  “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors.

His work, especially his “babies” make me think of Ronit Baranga’ sculptures.

 

  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures (Lituanie)

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures dolls
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “Stigmata”
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures Dolls (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation”
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures7
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko (Japan)

Miura Etsuko est une artiste japonaise, elle s’est fait connaitre en France grâce à la poupée créée pour l’album de Mylène Farmer “Points de suture”.
Ses dolls sont torturées et au premier abord créent un malaise.

En ce qui me concerne, je crée des poupées. Mais c’est parce que je ne me sens pas stable, je ne me sens pas bien, je ressens un peu de peur si je ne crée pas. Je continue à créer mais c’est au-delà de mon intérêt pour les poupées. Je continue parce que j’ai peur. 
C’est la raison que j’entrevois à ma présence sur cette terre : je suis là pour créer des poupées. Même si mes expositions ou la sortie de mon livre me font perdre des amis et des proches… ” (Voir lien interview exclusif plus bas)

Miura Etsuko - Sculptures "réincarnation"

Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation” (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)

 

  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures art

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures art (Japan)

“I take fiber out of the peel of a weed and a tree and wear it in the body. I have you distribute warm hair from an animal and get a thread transparent beautifully from an insect. I cannot create things in a true meaning. But I listen to the voice of the holy thing which I got from other creatures and only do it in form through my hand.” (source txt : transitionandinfluence.com)

Katsura Takasuka - Dress sculptures

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures

  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures Uruguay
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – A Basket Case Sculpture

Sculptor artist Cecilia Z. Miguez

Sculptor artist Cecilia Z. Miguez (Uraguayan)

Cecilia Z. Miguez - Sculptures

Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures

Sculptures are animated figures, dreamily gliding between the worlds of mythology and reality. Miguez utilizes found objects in her cast bronze and carved wood creations and brings into existence fantastic creatures that reawaken our imaginations. (Source : photos)

  • 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister feathers
  • 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister
  • Icarus had a sister – 3D print – Hand detail
  • hybrid 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister
  • 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister
  • 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister
  • 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister – feet detail
  • hybrid 3D Print show – Icarus had a sister

Hybrid 3D print – Icarus had a sister

Hybrid 3D printIcarus had a sister
Sculpture by Masters & Munn.

3D Print show - Icarus had a sister

3D Print show – Icarus had a sister

Hybrid involving steel, quartz, copper, iron, slate, resin and of course, 30 micron layers of 3D printed Objet VeroClear material.

A hybrid of traditional sculptural techniques and state-of-the-art digital modeling and 3D printing, she has been built with the aim of inspiring other traditional artists to adapt and embrace new technology in their work, rather than to fear it; to create objects of beauty and awe that until now were impossible to build in the real world, and to continue to learn and develop, remaining as fluid as the constantly changing world in which we live.

  • John Morris – Sculptures – Metromorphosis
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Metamorphosis
  • John Morris – Sculptures – High Wire
  • John Morris – Sculptures – High Tide
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Uber Girl
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Retail Therapy
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Aviatrix
  • John Morris – Butterfly Effect – sculptures Wood 42 x 10 cm x 48 cm
  • John Morris – Sculptures
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Skinny Jeans
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures – Cat
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Solo
  • John Morris – Sculptures – The Deep End
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Retail Therapy
  • John Morris – Sculptures
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Open Hearted
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia

John Morris Sculptures

John Morris Sculptures – (Australia) /

John Morris – Sculptures - Uber Girl

John Morris – Sculptures – Uber Girl

The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. Subjects include skeletal bone, muscular structure and the imagery of fashion photography.

Often, prosthetic limbs and super-accentuated body part proportions tie the pieces together, bringing to mind the surreal imagery of anime and the comic strip depictions of superheroes and heroines. He skilfully uses leather, brass, and stainless steel to provide stark contrasts with the warm texture of the wood.

  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Torso / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – (B)oops / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Sculptures
  • Ans Vink – portrait / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink - De workingclass hero's / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Cris Brodahl {White cloud}

Cris Brodahl {White cloud}

Cris Brodahl - White cloud sculpture

Cris Brodahl – White cloud sculpture


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