Caroline Jane Harris

From Anatomy of the Arboreal

2014

Selected works from Project Astoria: Test 01 by LA-based photographer Todd Baxter

"Project Astoria: Test 01, an 11-image photo series, is the first of several planned shows for Baxter’s latest multi-series effort, Project Astoria. Test 01 is an introduction to the people, animals, and objects of the fictional Astoria System, the retro-futuristic backdrop of on-going multi-media exploration of dystopia and coming-of-age." (text from Behance)

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Marta Klonowska (b. 1964, Warsaw, Poland) - Animal sculptures made from shattered glass pieces. Represented by: Lorch + Seide Gallery.

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Miniature Sculpture by Kendal Murray

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Gorgeous artworks by T.S. Claire

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Tomohiro Inaba (Japan)

Both sculptor and poet, Japanese artist Tomohiro Inaba consists of beautiful representations of animals based on wires. With a surreal look and accumulation of vector-style wires, his creations take us into a unique world to discover in the following in a selection of images.

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[more Tomohiro Inaba | artist found at Fubiz]

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Pencil, Ink and Gouache on Paper by Moises Mahiques

Valles “Heads” Series Dissects the Intricacies of Our Facial Expressions

Valentin Leonida (Valle) is a Bucharest-born 3D modeler and illustrator whose characters haunt imaginations. In his most recent series, “Heads,” Valle created five images revealing the interior of the human face as it makes emotional expressions. Titled  “Rhinocerus” (after Dürer),  “Melancholia”,  “Restless”, “Concentration”,  and “Serpent Mind,” the drawings and their evocative labels prompt curiosity. One wonders if the furrowed tension in “Concentration” is revealed on one’s own face, or if the emotional state is only made visible when Valle’s golden medical contraption pulls back the skin like a veil.

(Fuente: asylum-art, vía sketchmesideways)

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