Peter Callesen is a danish designer, mostly known for his incredible paper sculptures. Each sculpture is created out of a single ordinary piece of paper. All he needs for his creations is a sheet of paper, glue, and a lot of imagination.
Calvin Nicholls is a canadian artist that creates these amazing sculptures using sheets of paper. He's been creating these paper sculptures since 1986 from his studio north of Toronto Ontario, Canada. He uses sheets of paper and a scalpel andcuts the component
Artist Kate MacDowell uses porcelain sculptures to explore our relationship with nature and the result is both beautiful and haunting. MacDowell’s work covers topics ranging from humanity’s impact on endangered species to information overload, and detachment
Mattia Trotta is an Italian sculptor, born in Savona in 1980. He directed all his mechanical engineering knowledge towards art, using a material he is pretty familiar with: iron. His creations consist in steel wires wrapped around an iron frame. No welding is
Yulia Brodskaya was born in Moscow, Russia. Before moving to the UK in 2004 she was interested in diverse creative practices ranging from Textile Painting, Origami and Collage to more traditional Fine Art practices.
Japanese wood sculptor Haroshi is the creator of amazingly beautiful wooden sculptures out of old, crashed and broken skateboard decks. His multicolored and meticulously sculpted art pieces simply astound with lifelike affinity, so you could mistake them for being
We have focused on sculpture because african artists have a tendency to consider all art in 3 dimensions, even paintings are meant to be experienced three-dimensionally. Distinct from the static form of traditional Western sculpture African art displays animation,
For fifteen years Theo Jansen from Holland has wholeheartedly devoted himself to create a new form of life. His "Strandbeest" (beach beasts) seem so organic that from a distance they could be mistaken for huge insects or prehistoric mammoth skeletons, but they are
Oritsunagumono means "folded and connected" and it's the name of an origami collection embodying the skeletons of some endangered animal species. The Japanese artist Takayuki Hori draws attention towards the amount of waste discharged into the ocean and its