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We’ve previously showcased some really cool paper sculpturing artwork ; today we are going to show you another type of paper-related artwork.
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From movie stars and musicians to dictators and politicians, Dominic Philibert is able to recreate some of the most famous faces in the world, ones most of us can easily recognize. By carefully observing his subjects (or photos and videos of them), Philibert doesn't just look at their faces, he examines their expressions, their posture, their subtle gestures. Then, Philibert is able to distort their faces in a very exaggerated way while still maintaining some level of realism.
Artist Jason deCaires Taylor shocked us when he first announced that he was submerging over 400 cement sculptures for a new underwater museum in the National Marine Park of Cancun .
We've all seen metal sculptures that are unbelievably cool. UK sculptor Stephen Kettle’s 1.5 ton slate sculpture of Alan Turing located at Bletchy Park in Britain stands as a testament to the time it takes to create such amazing works of art. The Alan Turing piece took a total of 18 months to complete.
British artist James Hopkins makes us, simultaneously, smile and scratch our heads with his seemingly ordinary cartoon sculptures.
Now here’s something I thought I’d never see: alcohol served in milk cartons!
Andy Warhol Monument (Union Square, NYC)
To promote his furniture line at London Design Week 2011, Dutch designer Marcel Wanders created an underwater showroom to showcase Moooi 's high-end lamps, couches, and home decor. Of course, no underwater paradise would be complete without mermaids... "To be submerged into water is to be in a place free from the constraints of gravity, free to explore a multidimensional universe," he says.