Category - Sculpture

Sculptures made of nails by John Bisbee

Take a closer look at these sculptures and you may be surprised to find they’re made up of nails. Artist John Bisbee invents elaborate patterns and shapes using everyday nails as his medium. His passion for creating sculptures out of nails stemmed from a time years ago when he accidentally toppled a bucket of them and was surprised to find them...

MomentumMobiles: kinetic sculptures by Sascha Raftović

My name is Sascha Raftović, I am a sculptural designer and the creative force behind MomentumMobiles. Since 2014 I have been focusing on on the design and production of kinetic sculptures, better known as hanging mobiles and stabiles. My passion is to build sculptures that are both inspirational and affordable. I am also interested in creating...

Ornate sculptural works by Kris Kuksi

At first glance, one might mistake Kris Kuksi’s sculptural works as intricately carved classical altarpieces. But on closer inspection, one will find deities and angels replaced with toy soldiers, mechanical parts, guns, and a plethora of other weapons and dark imagery. From the artist’s website: “From timeless iconic references of Gods and...

The exploration of decomposition by Irene Pouliassi

I was Born in Athens , Greece in 1989. From a very young age I was an avid reader of graphic novels. The ability to narrate through the compelling compositions had an impact on me. I became an intern in the studio of a visual artist and then studied Graphic Design in Akto College. In 2010 I got accepted with honors in Fine arts school of western...

The intricate metal sculptures of Zadok Ben-David

Zadok Ben-David explores the symbiosis of man and nature in his sculptures made of metal. Born in Yemen, brought up in Israel, and currently living in London, he uses influences from all these geographies to impact his work and aesthetic. Many of his works reference his Yemeni heritage and its oral traditions, symbolism, illusions and cave...

Ocean waves captured in stunning glassworks by Graham Muir

Scottish artist Graham Muir creates gravity-defying sculptures inspired by ocean waves. They seem to be frozen at the perfect moment when reaching their highest point prior to their crash. In these works, Muir aims to “convey both the beauty but also the often frightening power of nature.” He achieves a chiseled and prismatic look on the...

Sculptures of flowing calligraphy by Zheng Lu

Chinese artist Zheng Lu creates gravity defying sculptures of calligraphy in motion. His giant stainless steel works are an amalgamation of thousands of Chinese characters coming together into one fluid mass in a harmony between calligraphy and motion. Lu begins each sculpture with a plaster base on which he adheres thousands of laser-cut Chinese...

Feather art by Chris Maynard

Feather Art by Chris Maynard

Hi! I discovered recently a great artist – Chris Maynard. He creates a beautiful and unique, bird themed art using various natural feathers. Maynard’s feathers used in art are collected from aviaries after natural molting, with no harm to the bird.You can access artists webpage by clicking the following link  Hopefully you will...

Paper-cut maps by Anna Maria Bellman

There is something deeply satisfying about a really well-drawn map. Any good map will convey the information it needs to convey in as methodical a way as possible. But a great map will do it with flare. Perhaps that’s why Anna Maria Bellman’s paper-cut maps are so mesmerizing to look at. They are functional works of art which play perfectly...

Abstract forms sculpted and painted by Kim Kei

Abstract forms sculpted and painted by Kim Kei

Whether in the form of a sculpture or painting, organic shapes grow unbounded in Kim Kei’s artwork. The LA-based artist incorporates found objects into her abstract sculptures, creating a medley of textures and colors swirling across our view. Sometimes iridescent shapes are contoured with neon string. Other times, pastel pinks and blues are...