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  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography / better
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography / anna
  • Evelyn Bencicova – Photography / portrait

Evelyn Bencicova – Photography

Evelyn Bencicova – Photography / Jeune photographe de 23 ans, a grandi en Slovaquie et étudie actuellement à Vienne.
Gagnante du Hasselblad Masters 2016.

Evelyn Bencicova - Photography / better

Evelyn Bencicova – Photography / better

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  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography
  • Lee Jeffries photography – Power portrait

Lee Jeffries photography

Lee Jeffries photography – Portraits (UK)

Lee Jeffries photography portraits

Lee Jeffries photography portraits

Lee Jeffries is a contemporary realist photographer who focuses on portraying the homeless. ’Everyone else walks by like the homeless are invisible. I’m stepping through the fear, in the hope that people will realise these people are just like me and you.’ His photographs have the gravity and the authenticity that emerges from genuine human connections. Lee Jeffries does know each of his subject personally – sometimes even sharing their rough sleeping experience to build a real relationship. Through astonishing close ups, Lee Jeffries expresses this heart moving intimacy and captures the universal beauty of humanity.

  • 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

  • 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

VISITEZ MA PAGE DÉDIÉE AUX SCULPTEURS HYPER-REALISTE à travers le monde >> “SCULPTEUR ADDICT”

  • 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

  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook-Lee – Bonsai sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – I dont know anything – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – Drive – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – Salor- sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures
  • Dongwook Lee – sculptures Drive, detail

Sculptures Dongwook Lee

Sculptures Dongwook Lee (Corée du sud) crée des sculptures hyper-realistes miniatures qui ne mesurent généralement pas plus d’une dizaine de centimètres de haut.

L’oeuvre de Dongwook Lee : une vision dégénérée de l’humain – et non seulement dégénérée mais surtout pathétique

Dongwook Lee – Salor- sculptures

  • dk_56_by_derklox – Digital art
  • dk_117_by_derklox – Digital art
  • wade_8_by_derklox_cloxboy- Digital art
  • wade_7_by_derklox_cloxboy- Digital art
  • wade_6_by_derklox_cloxboy – Digital art
  • dk_190_by_derklox – Digital art
  • dk_144_by_derklox – Digital art

Digitale anatomy abstraction

Digitale anatomy abstraction DerKlox-Cloxboy digitale artist on DEVIANTART (United States)

wade_6_by_derklox_cloxboy - Digital art

wade_6_by_derklox_cloxboy – Digital art

 

  • haiiro sushi – paintings human anima rhino
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – 70 x 70cm
  • Sit Haiiro – girls illustrations
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro_sushi – Art
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – human dog
  • Sit Haiiro – zebra girl
  • Sit Haiiro – zebra girl
  • Sit Haiiro – illustrations
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – human animal

Check Haiiro Sushi !

Check Haiiro Sushi ! Born 1976, Netherland.
Multi-talents Artist – Painter, illustrator, sculptor !

Sit Haiiro - illustrations

Sit Haiiro

SIT – opening Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from Kallenbach Gallery on Vimeo.

SIT @ ONESIZE, A TIMELAPSE from Onesize on Vimeo.

  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – Dharma Bovine – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Reticent affair- sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi –  Triumph – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade opus1 – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Eden – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculptures – expo
  • Kris Kuksi – Sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – The anatomy of war – 2005

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi
et le mot est faible face à son imagination, des détails et de la technique !
(Born 1973, in Springfield Missouri and growing up in neighboring Kansas)

Kris Kuksi - Dharma Bovine - sculpture

A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to form his landscapes.
The political, spiritual and material conflict within these shrines is enacted under the calm gaze of remote deities and august statuary. Kuksi manages to evoke, at once, a sanctum and a mausoleum for our suffocated spirit. Guillermo del Toro

Silhouettes Freebie vector free download

+600 free vector silhouettes

+600 free vector silhouettes

Free download by VectorOpenStock.com features more than 600 silhouettes of people in all manner of activity, from skateboarding to running. Dozens of animals, catfish to foxes, ducks or giraffes. Transport, scooters to trucks. Available as a single file, in .ai, .eps, .pdf, and .svg format. (Source article : Webdesignerdepot)

  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures texte
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – sculptures
  • Hans Jorgensen – portrait

L’être humain a aussi quelquechose d’effrayant – Sculptures de Hans Jorgensen

L’être humain a aussi quelquechose d’effrayantSculptures de Hans Jorgensen, né en 1948 au Danemark. Il est diplômé des Beaux Arts de Copenhague. Il séjourne à L’étranger pendant plusieurs années : d’abord au Maroc puis en Espagne à Madrid où il travaille avec des artistes de la Casa Velasquez sur une recherche autour de l’œuvre de Goya. Il Se fixe ensuite en France et se consacre à la sculpture.

Hans Jorgensen - sculptures

Saltimbanques agités, mannequins décharnés, démantibulés, de quel enfer nostalgique de fiel et de hasard, vous êtes vous échappés ? De quel désespoir aigu êtes vous revenus ? Vous hantez nos misères et vous saccagez nos habitudes. Vous réveillez le chaos sublime endormi dans nos passages cloutés. Vous éveillez nos bas-fonds perdus. Vous enchantez nos pulsions détruites, vous dansez à vif et à cru sur l’ennui de nos écrans, et vous ensanglantez nos routines. Créatures de survie sauvage, vous nous sauvez la vie, et nos démons s’enracinent aux affres de vos désirs… Christian Noorbergen

Hans Jorgensen - sculptures texte

EXPO : jusqu’au 20 octobre 2014. Galerie Jean-marc Laik, Altenhof 9 – 56068 Koblenz Allemagne


HANS JORGENSEN par xraypop

  • Becky Grismer – sculpture Host
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture roots

Becky Grismer Art

Becky Grismer Art – sculptures, watercolor & acrylics (USA)

Becky Grismer - sculpture New Skin

Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin

Sculptures New Skin is part of a series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. New Skin III represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans naturally exfoliating their skin. The sculpture is made entirely from birch and hickory shag bark. Both are trees that naturally shed their bark or “skin”.

 

  • revisited Romulus and Remus – Artist Liu Qiang – sculpture (China)
  • Romulus and Remus

Remus and Romulus revisited by artist Liu Qiang’s

Remus and Romulus revisited by artist Liu Qiang’s. (China)

revisited Romulus and Remus - Artist Liu Qiang - sculpture (China)

revisited Romulus and Remus – Artist Liu Qiang – sculpture (China)

Like a modern-day homage to the famous symbol of Rome, the statue of Remus and Romulus, artist Liu Qiang’s powerful sculpture entitled “29h59’59″ commands a powerful presence at China’s 798 Art District in Beijing. The exploitation of animals in modern agriculture and humanity’s perverse reliance on animals for food takes center stage in the riveting piece of art. We found the interpretation of a fellow Facebook fan, Joanna Lucas,  particularly interesting. She posted the photo with the following caption:

“This stunning sculpture by Liu Qiang is an accurate depiction of humanity’s use of, and utter dependence on other animals and, in particular, the savage and bizarre habit of consuming the breast milk from mothers of other species—milk that these mothers have produced for their own babies, babies that we forced them to become pregnant with only to kill shortly after birth so that we can take the bereft mother’s milk, milk that we drink as though we were the children that we murdered.”
(Source texte : freefromharm.org)

 

 

  • Jephan de Villiers – Sculptures
  • Jephan de villiers – Au travers du temps / Sculptures
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures – Le visiteur / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures – L’humanite / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Nomade du silence  / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Nomade du silence / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – L’ange et l’ours / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • Jephan de villiers – Le chapeau rouge / Sculptures matieres naturelles

Jephan de Villiers – par “Nature” sculpteur

Jephan de Villiers – par “Nature” sculpteur, born 1940.
Il apprend, seul, la sculpture en observant la nature – récoltant bois, feuilles, graines, terre ou boue. Inspiré des oeuvres de Giacometti, Brancusi et de Zadkine. Son univers est poétique et empreint de nature humaine. Des êtres fragiles en bois ou en terre, des « natures mortes » qui ont beaucoup à raconter sur l’état du monde.

Alone, he learns sculpture by observing nature – collecting wood, leaves, seeds, soil or mud. Inspired by the works of Giacometti, Brancusi and Zadkine. His poetic universe is full of human nature. The fragil wooden or land, “still lifes” who have much to say about the state of  world.

Berlinde de Bruyckere - expo 2014

Berlinde de Bruyckere & Philippe Vandenberg – Il me faut tout oublier

Berlinde de Bruyckere & Philippe Vandenberg – Il me faut tout oublier

Berlinde de Bruyckere, quant à elle, réactualise ici un thème fréquent de la mythologie : celui de la métamorphose de l’humain en végétal. Mais c’est un processus inverse qui s’opère : l’arbre se métamorphose, par le travail de sculpture, en un corps vivant et souffrant. Le procédé du moulage à la cire, caractéristique de la pratique de l’artiste, révèle l’écorce dans ses moindres détails. Mais la palette de tons rose et chair, les membres noueux renvoient étonnamment à une morphologie humaine; les branchages s’apparentent à des os, des muscles, des tendons, des veines, de la chair, de la peau. La fragilité des êtres, de même que les thématiques du grand amour, de sa quête et de sa perte, affleure et émeut.

du 13 février au 11 mai 2014

à la Maison Rouge / Fondation Antoine de Galbert
10 Boulevard de la Bastille
75012 Paris


Berlinde De Bruyckere et Philippe Vandenberg… par lamaisonrouge

Berlinde de Bruyckere, à La maison rouge fondation Antoine de Galbert.

Berlinde de Bruyckere, à La maison rouge fondation Antoine de Galbert.


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