These Amazing recycled animals are created by British artist Dean Patman who lives and works in Hove, East Sussex. When Patman is a kid, he spent lot of time on hunting creatures in the garden. After his first recycled materials work, he found he really enjoyed that. Now, let’s enjoy these animal sculptures and their nice details.
If you like Patman’s artwork, see more in here.
Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates these metallic sculptures by carefully aluminum wire. This series called “Human“, you can see the delicate form of the human body and the naturally flowing condition of draped garments. If you like Park’s sculptures, see more objects in here.
“DIYALOG“: Art from Vienna will showcase works by leading contemporary artists living in Vienna sponsored by OMV Group, the newly special project sponsor of Contemporary Istanbul. The selection is made by a pool of ten curators comprised of art experts from a variety of fields. Each of them has nominated one prominent artist from the older generation and one young artist with great potential. The exhibition prompts a dialog between the art and the viewer and opens up new perspectives on contemporary art in Austria’s capital. With the project OMV would like to contribute to cultural exchange in its core markets Austria and Turkey. See more information in here.
This series titled Nomad Patterns, created by artist Livia Marin. Each piece like ice cream ceramic, melt onto a surface but retaining the original printed pattern. Actually, it’s a kind of Willow Pattern motif, an English man created a pastiche of Chinese landscape decoration in the 1790s “as if” it were Chinese. See much more on her website.
These hypnotic wind-powered kinetic sculptures are created by artist Anthony Howe who lives and works in a rural area in Eastsound, Washington. With stainless steel, all the objects powered by the wind. If you like these, you can buy some original works on his website or see more on his YouTube channel.
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.”