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Jeroen van Valkenburg is a 47-year-old Dutch painter and sculptor whose interest mainly lies in the religious and the mystical side of Viking culture. However, being disappointed with the ending of Game of Thrones and not finding the Night King very scary, he decided to create his own version. https://www.instagram.com/p/B574kKepBZn/
Aurora Robson describes herself as an environmentally conscious artist, working predominantly with plastic debris. Known for her sculptures and installations made of repurposed plastic waste, she hopes to help restrict the flow of plastic into our oceans. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bt4OJ8XFKBl/ A founding artist of Project Vortex, an international collective of artists, designers,...
Israeli sculptor Zemer Peled makes mesmerizing sculptures that are compiled from thousands of porcelain shards. They take after the organic shape and growth of flowers and corals. A process of deconstruction and reconstruction, her work aims to examine both the beauty and sheer brutality of the natural world. https://www.instagram.com/p/B58U_naJOzj/
Italian sculptor Edoardo Tresoldi describes himself as "the artist of the Absent Matter." A fit title when you see his colossal structures made entirely out of wire mesh. The transparency of mesh makes for an interesting effect - creating ghost-like structures that indeed seem to be made of a sort of absent matter. https://www.instagram.com/p/B2emT8_IbSM/?utm_source=ig_embed
Self-taught artist John A. Peralta is interested in what makes things tick - the hidden machinery that make an object (or a machine) what it is. A self-proclaimed "Master of Suspense" (pun intended), he has developed over the years complicated techniques for suspension which expose the inner workings of the humble mechanical objects which surround us. ...
Creative duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, aka Zim & Zou, are self-proclaimed paper pirates, making intricate sculptures and installations out of paper (with the occasional guest appearance of wood and thread). “Our approach is mainly focused on the use of handmade crafts to create visuals, window displays, installations, and so on,” they...
Ayumi Shibata paper art is as enchanting as it gets. Presented in glass vessels that are illuminated from within, her pieces include magical forests and gardens, as well as whole entire cities, all made out of white sheets of paper. Relying on traditional methods of Japanese paper cutting, Shibata draws attention to the power dynamics...
Crystal Wagner's paper sculptures utilize space in a unique way, sprawling across walls and ceilings, and twisting and turning as if they were some sort of alien life form. Her artwork and installations include both 2D and 3D forms. “Installation work is just drawing in space,” Wagner explained in an interview with Juxtapoz. “For me, it is important...
Matthew Shlian's paper sculptures require careful planning and precision. Working side by side with scientists, he incorporates paper engineering into his sculptures, producing precisely folded geometric works that are perfect from every angle. Shlian's perfected folding technique was learned, according to him, through trial and error. “Getting something wrong is more important to learning...
Lauren DiCioccio's art incorporates textile and sculpting, with the result being both striking and unique. Using hand-sewing and hand-embroidery, her sculptures have an ethereal quality to them, and one that is well-intended. Based in San Francisco, DiCioccio took to sewing with no past experience outside of watching her mom hand-sew Halloween costumes when she...

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