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Posts tagged ‘Sculptures’

David Trautrimas

The Canadian artist David Trautrimas, fascinated by the culture ofsci-fi movies and old 50′s, use mechanical parts of objectsrecovered from old kitchens, refrigerators and washing machines to create striking landscape architectural taste techno-retro. Here are some images taken from his latest production, entitled: The Spyfrost Project and Habitat Machines. (more…)

Kevin Francis Gray

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Mia Pearlman

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The American artist Mia Pearlman succeeds in giving shape to sculpting paper site-specificinstallations that hover like mist in the room. White strands that climb thewalls and blossom in the light of a window. (more…)

Simone Lourenço


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Alejandro Almanza Pereda

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Pascal Blanché

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Art Director at Ubisoft Canada, Pascal Blanche.  Is one of the most respected 3D artists of our day. His way of modeling, the uniqueness of individuals and the original use of color make it one of my favorite CG artist.Among the latest projects in the field of Video Games, the making of the game James Cameron’s Avatar. (more…)

Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor

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Imagine an alternate ending in which Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma and the Big Bad Wolf join forces to create an army of scarecrows made from sewing scraps of “civilized” world, and you have an idea of what is capable of transmitting Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor with his anthropomorphic sculptures without a name. (more…)

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