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  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Sherbert
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – What the
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Smooth talker
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Make waves
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – In good compagny
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Head turner
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Fast walker
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Epicenter
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Capsule
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Bonds
  • Joey Camacho -3D artwork – Gather

Joey Camacho – 3D Artwork

Joey Camacho – 3D Artwork – Graphic designer (Canada) utilise les logiciels Cinema 4D et Octane Render.
J’aime beaucoup le côté minéral de ses sculptures 3D.

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Specializes in comprehensive brand development and 3D design and is a graduate from the Alberta College of Art + Design with a degree in Visual Communications. Joey recently wrapped up his 365 day project “Progress Before Perfection” using Cinema 4D, creating a render everyday for a year in order improve his craft and produce work more efficiently.

Joey Camacho -3D artwork - In good compagny

Joey Camacho -3D artwork – In good compagny

 

  • Jim skull – Corde et feutrine
  • Jim skull – Ambre sculpture
  • Jim skull – Coquille d’oeuf
  • Jim skull – Coquille d’oeuf
  • Jim skull – Corde de papier serie
  • Jim skull – Corde de papier serie
  • Jim skull – Corde de papier serie
  • Jim skull – Cordes naturelles
  • Jim skull – Cordes naturelles
  • Jim skull – Cordes naturelles
  • Jim skull – Cordes naturelles
  • Jim skull – Cordes naturelles
  • Jim skull – Crins de cheval
  • Jim skull – Crins de cheval
  • Jim skull – Crins de cheval
  • Jim skull – Perle et murano
  • Jim skull – Tapas serie
  • Jim skull – Tapas serie
  • Jim skull – Sculptures perles/corail 2013 / www.jim-skullgallery.com
  • Jim skull – Sculptures

Jim skull sculptures

Jim skull sculptures. (FR)
Cordes naturelles, cordes de papier, crins de cheval, coquille d’œuf… Autant de matières utillisées par Jim pour créer ses sculptures..

Jim skull - Perle et murano

Jim skull – Perle et murano

It is in Koumac in New Caledonia that the adventures of Jim, our skull artist, begin. It is also a gateway for Oceania
and many other horizons. He goes to New Zealand, stops over Vanuatu, discovers Australia, India, and lands in Hong-Kong.
Human experiences, cultural, ritual, he is marked by his travels and encounters.
Back to Paris, we are in 1976. He enters Estienne School, then the Applied Arts School Olivier de Serres.
1980, he creates his first skulls. His vocation is now revealed and will never leave him.
He holds exhibitions in Parisian bars, takes part in the Salons d’Art, improves his technique… creating the refined result we know of today.
Contemporary art, African, Oceanian, Amerindian, popular, religious… multiple passions and a melting-pot of influences

Lives and works in Paris

  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture wings
  • Jeremy Mayer – Bird – Typewriter assemblage sculptures
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture robot
  • Jeremy Mayer – Skull I – Typewriter parts – 23 x 30 x 38 cm
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture atelier
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Penguin III
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Deer III. 2010
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Cat
  • Jeremy Mayer – Cat XXI – Typewriter parts – 20 x 30 x 50 cm – 2014
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture Cat
  • Jeremy Mayer – Cat – Typewriter part sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture portrait

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture (live and work in Oakland)

Jeremy Mayer disassemble typewriters and then reassemble them into full-scale, anatomically correct human figures: “I do not solder, weld, or glue these assemblages together – the process is entirely cold assembly. I don’t use anything that doesn’t come from a typewriter.”

Jeremy Mayer - Typewriter assemblage sculpture - Cat

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Cat

  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – On The Road To Obsolescence – 2011
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – On The Road To Obsolescence – 2011
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – On The Road To Obsolescence – 2011
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – Nail Biter – 2010
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – Apples – 2011 detail
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – Apples – 2011
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures – Trust Me – 2015
  • Kevin Titzer Sculptures

Sculptor Kevin Titzer

Steam art recycle Sculptor Kevin Titzer (USA-Quebec)
Sculptures de l’artiste Kevin Titzer, magnifique univers aux parfums d’enfances, pas si innocents..

Kevin Titzer Sculptures - Apples - 2011

Kevin Titzer Sculptures – Apples – 2011

 

  • Neil Clifford – Spirit Within – Sculpture – Plaster on Stainless Steel
  • Neil Clifford – Spirit Within – Sculpture – Plaster on Stainless Steel detail
  • Neil Clifford – Spirit Within – Sculpture – Plaster on Stainless Steel detail
  • Neil Clifford – sculpture bronze – Desolation sound
  • Neil Clifford – sculpture bronze – Desolation sound

Neil Clifford Bronze & Granite Sculptures

Neil Clifford Bronze & Granite Sculptures (Canada)

“The quality of our lives is enriched and enhanced by surrounding ourselves with art that express values beyond their aesthetic, that possess intelligence in their creation, that one can interact with and that will stimulate the senses every time one engages with them.

Over the past thirty-five years I have travelled to remote areas of the planet, fascinated by cultures who live in community with nature – to engage with artists whose work is imbued with powerful connections to their ancestral lands. The awareness that art-making acts as a vehicle for understanding our place within a greater context, guides my own artistic pursuits.”

Neil Clifford - Spirit Within - Sculpture - Plaster on Stainless Steel detail

Neil Clifford – Spirit Within – Sculpture – Plaster on Stainless Steel detail

(Ce n’est pas vraiment mon style de sculpture, mais la sculpture du cheval est magnifique.)

“Pour donner à cette sculpture tout son pouvoir, ou “dynamique interne”, je développé un procédé qui fait éclater le vernis du cheval. Une fois durci, les pigments révèlent une myriade craquelée aléatoirement – un paysage en surface tout à fait inattendue comme les couleurs absorbées par la matière.
Une illustration unique est née, sans possibilité de précision dans la reproduction ou dans la cohérence de la finition.”

“Spirit Within”
2013 One of a Kind
Hydrocal, Steel, Pigment
27″H 24″W 8″D

To give this sculpture its power, or “internal dynamic”,  I developed a process that shatters the veneer of the horse as it is cast. Once cured, pigments wiped across the sculpture reveal myriad random cracking and unseen textures – a wholly unexpected landscape surfaces as the colours are absorbed by the material. A unique artwork is uncovered, with no possibility for accuracy in reproduction or consistency in finish.

Seena Nayeri Iranian Sculptor

Seena Nayeri Iranian Sculptor and photography

And this reviving Herb whose tender Green
Fledges the River-Lip on which we lean—
Ah, lean upon it lightly! for who knows
From what once lovely Lip it springs unseen!

Seena Nayeri Iranian Sculptor

Seena Nayeri Iranian Sculptor

  • Zhu Tian – Babe – Silicone, human air, pigment – 2013
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment1
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment

Zhu Tian – Des chaussures aux poils

Zhu Tian – Des chaussures aux poils intitulées “Babe”, (Chine).
Inutile mais c’est très bien fait.
Sculpture hyper réaliste : Caoutchouc, cheveux humains, pigment 18 x 12 x 8 cm

Zhu Tian (China) – “Babe” – hyper realiste sculpture : Rubber, human air, pigment – 2013

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  • Alexandre Perotto  – Digital work Black and line 3D
  • Alexandre Perotto  – Digital work Black and line
  • Alexandre Perotto  – Digital work Black and line
  • Alexandre Perotto – Black and line

Alexandre Perotto Interdisciplinary artist

Alexandre Perotto Interdisciplinary artist – (Brazil)
Digital black and line

Alexandre Perotto - Digital work Black and line

Alexandre Perotto – Digital work Black and line

 

  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls
  • Tatyana Trifonova Art dolls

Tatyana Trifonova Art dolls

Tatyana Trifonova Art dolls (Russia – Moscow) – “TriffonyArtwork”

“After I graduated from the university of MARHI, I took part as an artist-designer in a great number of decorative designs. Those projects were of vast directions and complexity levels, starting with apartment designs and continuing to government order for aircraft’s cabin interiors. Developing a wide range of design-projects and solving a lot of artistic tasks coupled with a great passion for the world of dolls and fantasy led me to create the first porcelain doll of mine in the year of 2010. To my surprise, it’s obtained recognition among doll-fanciers and professional artists. Those people gave me a lot of helpful advice and shared their rich experiences with me. Eventually all the sudden for me the hobby, so to speak doll by doll, became something more substantial and in the year of 2011 the project “TriffonyArtwork” was launched. Nowadays some of the most popular dolls of “TriffonyArtwork” brand are made not only of porcelain, but using polyurethane in order to meet rising customer’s interest and demand for dolls. It allows offering some of the most popular dolls for more affordable prices as well. From the very beginning the most important thing for me was not only focusing on embody conception, but making strong emphasis on fine details which are very important for final image perception. Collaboration with the “Stardoll” company helps to maintain high standards of workmanship quality during production of polyurethane dolls. Welcome to my world of dolls.”

Tatyana Trifonova – Art dolls

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  • ART Digio Sculptures – Le cri
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures alias Eléna Di Giovanni
(aucune info)

ART Digio Sculptures

  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi, japanese doll artist.

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi, japanese doll artist. Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork

  • Victor Soren – dessins
  • Victor Soren – Dessins – Une vie sans fin
  • Victor Soren – dessins – un cri
  • Victor Soren – dessins – Seule
  • Victor Soren – dessins – Perturbation
  • Victor Soren – dessins – Les amants du chaos
  • Victor Soren – dessins – La question
  • Victor Soren – dessins – La longue attente
  • Victor Soren – dessins – L’état de manque
  • Victor Soren – dessins – l’amour contre-nature
  • Victor Soren – dessins – Avec notre cheval mort

Dessins de Soren

Dessins de Soren (Victor) ::: silencieux, sensible, secret, source, sourd, sale, sens, salutaire, signe, s’ombre, seul(s)…
(France, born 1967)

Victor Soren - dessins - L'état de manque

Victor Soren – dessins – L’état de manque

« Ce que c’est que l’ombre, Soren le sait, et ce qu’il sait, il ne nous appartient pas de le savoir, mais nous puisons dans son trait gratté les blessures qui nous façonnent (…) Et puisque nous sommes plusieurs en une seule peau, il va là où nous sommes dans nos ombres sans mots. » Pierre Vavasseur

  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration
  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustrations
  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration tiger coverbook
  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration
  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration
  • Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration Dark vador

Illustrator Kerby Rosanes

Illustrator Kerby Rosanes (Philippines)

Kerby Rosanes – Sketchy stories illustration

Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ordinary black pens to magically illustrate his “doodle” world. The 24-year old artist considers his art as a personal hobby which turned out to be his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines and online communities.

Most of his works are characterized by whimsical lines, patterns, characters and little elements that are spontaneously combined to create massive compositions depicting his everyday experiences or anything that inspires him.

He recently left his job as a graphic designer in a local company to finally pursue his passion: creating more art for personal projects and for various clients and collaborating with other artists and design agencies around the world.

  • Quim Hereu – The strambotic birth of Venus – oil on canvas
  • Quim Hereu – Large Paintings Oil on canvas
  • Quim Hereu – The strambotic birth of Venus – oil on canvas
  • Quim Hereu – Sea centaurs – Oil on canvas
  • Quim Hereu – Painting Oil on canvas
  • Quim Hereu – Painting Oil on canvas

Large-format paintings Quim Hereu

Large-format paintings Quim Hereu (Catalan) is a painter who is regarded as the leading exponent of Strambotism. (Born : 1963)
Format painting : 6 m x 12 m
Joan Fuster, used the term Estrambotismo for the first time in 1974. He defined Estrambotismo as a creative process, in which creative ideas are quickly implemented, even from the subconscious. Things are represented as they were in his fantasy and not real.

Quim Hereu - Large Paintings Oil on canvas

Quim Hereu – Large Paintings Oil on canvas

  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Mediterranean Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Pumpkin Harvest Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Pumpkin Harvest Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Crimson Harvest Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Crimson Harvest Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz -Trophee sculpture – Crimson Harvest Muertita
  • Krisztianna Ortiz – Momma Muertita – Trophee sculpture
  • Krisztianna Ortiz – Momma Muertita – Trophee sculpture
  • Krisztianna Ortiz – Momma Muertita – Trophee sculpture

Human Trophee sculpture – Krisztianna Ortiz

Human Trophee sculptureKrisztianna Ortiz (USA) – Painter, sculptor & photography

Krisztianna Ortiz - Momma Muertita - Trophee sculpture

Krisztianna Ortiz – Momma Muertita – Trophee sculpture


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