Polish artist Marta Klonowska continues her unique sculptural technique of using thousands of shards of glass to form colorful animals.
You can’t image that the artist just forms seemingly spare geometric shapes in windows and on on white panels, which come to life with streaks of color when hit with sunlight.
As we know, British sculptor and environmental artist Rob Mulholland usually creates eerie mirrored figure sculptures to reflect the natural landscape.
From mobile evolution Russian doll project, Brighton-based designer Kyle Bean continuously updates his portfolio to prove it with a slew of really fun works.
Edoardo Tresoldi is an Italian sculptor, makes near-transparent sculptures using wire mesh, and often positions them in public places.
From prickly iguanas to glowing sea creatures it seems no life form is too difficult for Matsumoto to faithfully interpret using nothing but balloons.
Hurwitz pieces are infused with modern technology, relying on digital renderings which are painstakingly transformed into physical objects cast from bronze, copper, or plaster.
All of Mora’s pieces are created with little more than acid-free paper and glue which is carefully cut, layered, and assembled to create 2D and 3D images.
As part of Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi, this unusual figurative sculpture by artist Alessandra Rossi seems to have captured the imagination of many.
Her white figures are gripping each other tight as they are transfixed/formed into fungus like growths and spores in an eerie but romantic series.