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actegratuit:

 is a tremendously talented artist with a repertoire of sculptures unlike any I’ve seen before. This German sculptor uses an array of materials such as hardened polystyrene, wood and metal to shape muti-dimensional clusters of words and images with impressive size and intricacy.

statues-and-monuments:

statues-and-monumentsCor da terra by roberto maldos Wat Chad Yod, Chiang Mai, Thailand

myampgoesto11:

Nick van Woert

Untitled
Fiberglass statue, urethane, coal slag, steel
2013

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efedra:

Amiralens Trädgård (The Admiral’s Garden), 2013 by Christine Ödlund
my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

http://www.marionberrin.com
aestheticgoddess:

Christian Herdeg

excdus:

Your Emotional Future

Olafur Eliasson

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luxori:

Chromosaturation - Carlos Cruz-Diez by alistairh on Flickr.
chromeus:

“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” Michelangelo
urbain:

Gabriel Orozco, De techo a techo, 1993
visual-poetry:

billboard text art by bethan huws (+)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Giuseppe Agnello Sculptures

Sicilian sculptor Joseph Lamb Gives new meaning to the expression “one with nature.” His surreal sculptures of bodies with roots, branches, or tree trunks emanating from the heads, feet, or chests, are at once intriguing and disturbing. Working in plaster, polyester resin, clay and bronze, the Palermo-based artist plays with the idea of metamorphosis, much of the time incorporating tree-like morphing, though not limiting Himself to vegetation, as in the case of His Body clouds (Clouds Bodies) or zipped up bodies in His Body and soul (Body and Soul).

Lamb currently Has an exhibit of 40 works titled Memories: Lateral and Oblique Views at the Carlos V Tower in Porto Empedocles, Sicily through the end of the year.

(via theartofsculpture)

uvre:

Anselm Reyle