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Tag: Sculpture

Future Fossils: Relics from a Recent Past

Future Fossils: Relics from a Recent Past
Strangely enough, we’ve already featured two geeky examples of fossilized artwork. The first one featured robots, while the other one had rocky renditions of popular gadgets. Here’s a third from art and design studio Bughouse, featuring retro devices rendered in cement.

Button Sculptures Look Like They’re Floating in Air

Button Sculptures Look Like They’re Floating in Air
What do you get when you combine fishing line with buttons? Sculptures! That’s what Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel is doing. He basically arranges different lengths of fishing line in a grid, then carefully strings-in sewing buttons in a variety of different colors to create shapes.
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Futurama Characters Gets Sculpted in 3D

Futurama Characters Gets Sculpted in 3D
If you ever wondered what the characters from Futurama might look like if they were real, three-dimensional people, we now have a better idea, thanks to the artistry of Brooklyn, New York sculptor Ray Lin (aka “artanis-one”).

Tom Samui’s Junk Elf: from Recycled Car Parts, Not from Rivendell

Tom Samui’s Junk Elf: from Recycled Car Parts, Not from Rivendell
Swiss artist Tom Samui has been creating junkyard wonders for the last decade or so. He works with a team of 15 people creating these amazing sculptures made out of recycled automobile parts, like this intricate elf: Tom has created hundreds of these sculptures, entirely made out of scrap car and motorcycle parts.

Harrier and Jaguar Jets Crash into the Tate Britain

Harrier and Jaguar Jets Crash into the Tate Britain
Fiona Banner is an English artist, and her most spectacular pieces of art have to be these two jets she had installed in the Tate Britain modern art museum.

Luke Jerram’s Seismogram Chart Art: A New Perspective on the Tohoku Earthquake

Luke Jerram’s Seismogram Chart Art: A New Perspective on the Tohoku Earthquake
Artist Luke Jerram has converted the seismogram of this year’s devastating earthquake in Japan into a 3D printed sculpture. The seismogram charts the nine minutes of the earthquake, with its varying intensities. It’s called the Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture.

World’s Largest Pumpkin Now World’s Coolest Zombie Sculpture

World’s Largest Pumpkin Now World’s Coolest Zombie Sculpture
Halloween is just right around the corner. If you haven’t gotten around to making or renting out a costume for this year, then you’d better go get one right now (although you might get stuck with some duds; it is just a few days until the ghouliest day of the year, after all.)

Chewbacco: Use the Force to Put a Pinch Between Your Cheek and Gum

Chewbacco: Use the Force to Put a Pinch Between Your Cheek and Gum
Despite being named after the Russian/Ukranian word for “dog”, I’ve always thought that Chewbacca’s name sounded like a hurried version of “chewing tobacco.” Apparently artist Terry Border thinks the same, so he made this literal interpretation to share with the world:

Beautiful Mess Chair for Those Who Appreciate a Little Chaos

Beautiful Mess Chair for Those Who Appreciate a Little Chaos
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That is, what someone might find beautiful or breathtaking might just look like junk to you, and vice versa. Some people find beauty in the smallest or grandest of things; in the neat and pristine or in the messy and chaotic.

Recycled Steel Ravage Transformer: An Oldie but a Goldie

Recycled Steel Ravage Transformer: An Oldie but a Goldie
For his day job, Alan Yang sells hand-painted bone China wares, but this robot is anything but that. He’s also one of those Chinese guys who likes to make awesome steel Transformers, and is part of the crew that made some of those gigantic IRL metallic bots.

Giant Circuit Board Dragonfly: Be Glad This Thing Doesn’t Fly

Giant Circuit Board Dragonfly: Be Glad This Thing Doesn’t Fly
I think I’ve mentioned this before – I’m not really crazy about insects. But for some reason, dragonflies have never really bothered me. They’re big, buzzy and clumsy, but they can’t do any harm, so maybe that’s why I don’t mind them.

Metal Wall-E Assembled from the Scrap Heap He Was Made to Clean Up

Metal Wall-E Assembled from the Scrap Heap He Was Made to Clean Up
We’re suckers for Wall-E. The little robot from the distant future is just the robot we can stake the future of humanity on. Now, assuming you’ve got the money to spare, you can have your very own Wall-E – in sculpture form.

13-Year-Old Sculpts Life-Size LEGO Batman

13-Year-Old Sculpts Life-Size LEGO Batman
It’s not enough that this 6-foot-tall LEGO Batman looks totally awesome, but the fact that it was built by a 13-year-old makes it even more impressive to me. Maybe it’s just that when I was a kid, my LEGO building abilities were pretty much limited to whatever the picture on the box showed.

Steampunk Robocop Sculpture: Your Move, Creep!

Steampunk Robocop Sculpture: Your Move, Creep!
Etsy sculptor Kreatworks is back with another monstrous metal artifact. This time, it looks like Robocop is ready to invade the Victorian era. The last time we mentioned his work, he had built a 1000-pound Jack Sparrow sculpture.

Winning Solitaire Sculpture is Winning

Winning Solitaire Sculpture is Winning
One of the first games I got hooked to on the PC was Solitaire. Our computer then ran on Windows ’95, with a wonderful CRT monitor that cost more than laptops do these days. I would try to finish the game as quickly as possible, and gaze proudly at the screen when the cards would go berserk and flying all over the screen when I won the game.

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake
A lot of people think that the bigger something is, the better. While I don’t necessarily agree, one thing “big” is definitely good for is grabbing people’s attention. I mean, would you have taken a second look at this Jack Sparrow Statue or Honeycomb Statue if it were only a feet tall?
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