These wacky human figures with disproportionately large hands or feet sculptures are created Artist Gerardo Feldstein. Feldstein uses wire and wood to to portray some perspectives when it’s distorted. As he says, “I see the sculpture as an extension of myself, my characters do, dramatize things I want and I can do.”
Artist Jonty Hurwitz born in Johannesburg in 1969, now lives and works in London. He recently use over a billion computer calculations considering how to materialize his warped ideas. Hurwitz is a somewhat of renaissance man, he founed Wonga that is a micro-loan website in 2007. Now, his artwork will display at the Kinetica art show in London in February. You also can see more his artwork on his website, Facebook, Saatchi profile, and Youtube.
Artist Andy Rudak recently show a personal project that is a extraordinarily realistic city scenes completely out of cardboard and other fabricated materials.
Set-builder Luke Aan de Wiel, he produced a full series of cardboard city creations, each city is about 4-5 feet high and almost realistic details.