Sculpture

Rocks with Gooey-Bronze Innards and Rippled Wood by Romain Langlois

rock split open to reveal bronze guts

Combined in this post are a couple of types of amazing sculptures by Romain Langlois. Using rock, bronze and wood, he has achieved very unique-looking works of art that are intriguing and captivating. I especially like the way that the bronze almost looks wet, like you could touch it like some sort of shiny goo! See the rest of the set below…

Gallery // Bronze, Wood & Stone Sculptures by Romain Langlois

A wooden sculpture by Romain Langlois

rippled wooden plank

Recycled Tire Sculptures by Yong Ho Ji


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Used Tire Lion sculpture

These recycled tire sculptures by Yong Ho Ji are totally unique. I can’t remember ever seeing anything quite like them before. What makes these works even more notable is the fact that they’re made from something that is often thrown away or even burned. My favourite is the lion sculpture above. Below are 9 more of these fantastic pieces of art:

Character Designer Jason Freeny

Nemo Fish

Character Designer Jason Freeny had created some stunning “skeleton” character sculptures that are totally unique. Jason was born 1970 in Maryland, USA, and studied industrial design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn NY. Images above: Nemo Fish Character Design / Ducky Skeleton Sculpture.

Resin Sculptures by Carl D’Alvia

The Island Sculpture
These resin sculptures are by Carl D’Alvia, who creates these fantastic works West Cornwall (CT) and New York City. He also uses paint, resin and even bronze to fashion his uniquely-styled works of art…

Miniature Train Carved into a Carpenter’s Pencil by Cindy Chinn

Check out this superb miniature train carved directly into a carpenters pencil, which was carved by creative, Cindy Chinn.

Gallery // Miniature Train Carved into a Carpenter’s Pencil

bridge in pencil showing train

pencil train

Image of Miniature Trains Carved into a Carpenters Pencil

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