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  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Steampunk Art Leather Gas Mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask
  • Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask

Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask

Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask (Ukraine)

Bob Basset - Sculpture art leather mask

Bob Basset – Sculpture art leather mask

  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures
  • Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures

Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures

Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures (Russia / Moscou)

Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures

Andrey Drozdov Steampunk Sculptures

  • Cam Rackam – “Cthulhu” sculpture with gold patina layer
  • Cam Rackam – “Cthulhu” sculpture
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Baby Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Detail shot of Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Eye
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Eye
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Winter frame corner
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Speak no evil
  • Cam Rackam – painting
  • Cam Rackam – Studio sculptures

Dark Cam Rackam sculptures

Dark Cam Rackam sculptures, carved frame and paintings.. (USA / Southern California)

Cam Rackam - Sculptures - Belphagor

Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor

  • 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

  • Mecacrene sculpture – Gonzal
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk crânes – hommes augmentés
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk crânes – hommes augmentés
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk crânes – hommes augmentés
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk
  • Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk

L’homme « augmenté » Sculptures de Gonzal

Sculpture Steampunk – L’homme « augmenté » Sculptures de Gonzal – (FR)

“L’homme « augmenté » est déjà là, l’homme asservi aussi, le post-humanisme est en marche. Or pour moi, il n’est pas certain que cette marche conduise à des lendemains qui chantent. “

…sur la grande majorité de mes crânes, une seule moitié est ornementée, l’autre partie étant l’esprit libre, la part d’espoir et d’humanité.”

“Quels humains serions-nous en abusant des technologies ? Cette interrogation traverse les crânes sur lesquels je travaille. Je les aborde par moitié, la première montre ce que nous sommes aujourd’hui, la seconde ce que nous deviendrions demain dans l’hypothèse d’une mutation. Je cherche pour mes crânes une forte charge symbolique, mais aussi une noirceur, et je rends hommage aux savoir-faire des anciens pour conserver un lien entre passé, présent et futur.” – GONZAL

Gonzal – Sculptures steampunk

EXPO : du Vendredi 12 Fév. au Vendredi 4 mars 2016, OPENING SHOW Vendredi 12 Fév. 2016 – START 18h/ 23h30
Event : https://www.facebook.com/events/143968435981629/
2ème Sous-sol de LES FILEUSES, 71 RUE ST HONORé, 75001 PARIS
METRO : CHATELET/ LES HALLES

  • 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

 

  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Wolf
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Wolf
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope head
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures details African antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Figures : Dialogues
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – birdman
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – birdman
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – portrait

Le très bel univers de Ron Pippin

Le très bel univers de Ron Pippin, univers steampunk.. mêlé d’étranges boîtes, de crânes, de sculptures de cerfs bio-mécaniques, entre autres curiosités… (USA)

Ron Pippin - sculptures - African Antelope head

Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope head

  • 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)

  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Round gates Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Round gates Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – metal Horse sculpture
  • David Freedman – Stainless steel dragonfly sculpture
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Oak leaf throne – Metal
  • David Freedman – Bench metal sculpture

David Freedman Metal Sculptures

David Freedman Metal Sculptures. (UK)
Metal garden sculpture, bespoke artistic gates and unique garden furniture. Original contemporary British sculpture, garden art and public sculpture. From wrought iron gates to bronze sculptures. Insect and flower sculpture.

David Freedman - Deer Metal Sculptures

David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures

  • Art dolls -cdlitestudio – Ballerina
  • Art dolls -cdlitestudio – The Bride of Frankenstein
  • Art dolls – cdlitestudio – steampunk time traveler-BB
  • Art dolls – cdlitestudio – Mermaid mystic
  • Art dolls – cdlitestudio – creepy doll
  • Angel D by cdlitestudio
  • Art dolls – cdlitestudio – BJD inspired ballerina A
  • Art dolls -cdlitestudio – Ballerina
  • Art dolls -cdlitestudio – Ballerina
  • Art dolls – cdlitestudio – creepy doll-B
  • Art dolls -cdlitestudio – Alice

Fairy Art dolls – cdlitestudio

Fairy Art dolls – cdlitestudio (Canada)

Angel D by cdlitestudio

Angel D by cdlitestudio

  • Brett Mcdanel – Catfish – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Catfish – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk “Faith or fool”
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk “Faith or fool”
  • Brett Mcdanel – Nobody will play catch with me
  • Brett Mcdanel – Nobody will play catch with me – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures portrait

Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures

Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures (USA)

Brett McDanel (Oklahoma artiste), également connu sous le nom The Crazy Bird Man” crée des sculptures steampunk avec des objets de récupération diverses, le plus souvent faite de metal et d’os.
Ces six dernières années, il a passé son temps à récupérer dans les rues ou société de ferraille des objets qui, pour la plupart des gens, sont insignifiantes : “Pour les gens, c’est juste un morceau de métal, mais quand vous l’assemblez avec d’autres objets, il devient quelque chose de grand … une partie de quelque chose. L’ensemble de ces créations ont une place.
Il raconte à sa propre histoire de vie, en ajoutant : « J’ai passé la moitié de ma vie perdue puis un jour, il y eu ce déclic qui m’a remis sur le bon chemin … le travail du métal.
McDanel crée ses sculptures à l’instinct en soudant et en broyant les pièces de métal. Les assemblages peuvent prendre des heures, des jours, voire des semaines, mais dans tous les cas il en sort une aura particulière.

Norman, Oklahoma artist Brett McDanel, also known as “The Crazy Bird Man” constructs innovative industrial steampunk sculptures from found objects and bone. For the last six years McDanel has spent his free time scouring the streets and the scrap yards for parts that, to most people, are insignificant. The artist states, “When walking down the street you find a random piece of metal that doesn’t belong there. All by itself, it’s just a piece of metal, but when you place it with other objects, it becomes something bigger… a part of something. All together these creations have a place.” He relates it to his own life story adding, “I spent half my life lost and then somewhere along the way something clicked and put me where I belong… here working with metal.” Using his background in construction he up-cycles gears, widgets, thingamabobs and other found parts, animating them into action as featherless fiends, clawed cats, humanoid busts, edgy furnishings and otherwise eccentrically whimsical sculpture that often delivers a dark comical mood. He does not sketch or premeditate the designs. McDanel envisions the pieces assembling in his mind’s eye and attacks his hoard of jumbled parts with welding torch and grinder in hand. The resulting assemblages may take hours, days, or weeks, but in every case create an object of whimsy and an astute example of the beautiful grotesque. Brett has created quite a reputation for his found object innovations. So much so that he now finds metal donations delivered to his home lawn and representative gallery on a weekly basis which has dramatically decreased his need to scour for parts and allowed him much more time to assemble them.  

  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures – CONJURO
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture Sun in the eyes
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture Primeros días
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture La Espera
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture  Suban a mi brazo
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures

SteamPunk sculptures de Guillermo Rigattieri

SteamPunk sculptures de Guillermo Rigattieri  (Argentine) (1976)

À 18 ans, il part vivre à Mendoza pour entrer à l’Université des Arts. Ses première sculptures ont été conçues avec différents matériaux (argile, bois, plâtre, latex, ciment, métal) mais il decide de d’approfondir son travail avec le métal. Ses sculptures, tres poétiques nous invite à participer à un monde magique. Enfants, animaux , bateaux qui font naufrage dans l’air, des êtres impossibles, machines, artefacts, jeux et humour sont quelques-uns des éléments qui résume son univers fantastique.

A los 18 años viajo a Mendoza capital para ingresar a la universidad de artes U.N.C 
sus primeras experiencias escultóricas fueron concebidas en distintos materiales(arcilla , madera, yeso ,látex ,cemento, metal ) .Es este último , el metal , lo que Rigattieri elije para desarrollar su obra .
En sus esculturas la imaginería poética nos invita a participar de un mundo mágico donde se relacionan distintos elementos y temática.
Niños, animales , barcos que naufragan en el aire, seres imposibles ,maquinas , éxodos ,artefactos voladores ,bestias , música , juegos y humor son algunos de los elementos que se combinan para crear un universo de fantasía .

 

  • Macabre Gadgets – Bifacial Skull / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Bifacial Skull / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Bifacial Skull / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Skull with citrine growth / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Rings Black bifacial skull / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Rings Black bifacial skull  / Beautiful rings
  • Eel ring – Macabre Gadgets  / Beautiful rings
  • Macabre Gadgets – Beautiful rings

The beautiful macabre jewelry

The beautiful macabre jewelry by Macabre Gadgets, Kiev, Ukraine.

  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion face – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – the Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures lynx

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz. (Turquie)

Selçuk Yılmaz - Portrait with Lion

Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion

Créé avec 4000 pieces de métal, ce magnifique Lion est de l’artiste turc Selçuk Yılmaz. Un an de travail dans la coupe manuelle et le martelage de chaque pièce métallique individuelle. Le travail final pèse environ 250 kg.

  • Découvrez son travail sur Behance.

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Created from nearly 4,000 pieces of metal scraps, Aslan (Turkish for Lion), is a recent sculpture by Istanbul-based artist Selçuk Yılmaz. The piece took nearly a year of work and involved hand-cutting and hammering of each individual metal piece. The final work weighs roughly 550 pounds (250kg). 


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