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Do you know that trolls are real? Yes they are and if you don’t believe me, you can go and visit the woods in Belgium to see them with your own eyes. They may not be what you’ve expected – after all, they’re made out of wood!   Thomas Dambo is the person who is responsible for placing huge troll...
Taiichiro Yoshida is a 30-year-old Japanese artist who crafts metal sculptures that look like they are digital paintings. Yoshida also describes himself as a metalsmith, who uses silver, bronze, and copper to create his beautiful art works. The artist hand-forms leaves, flowers, and butterflies, to gently to cover the bodies of each mammal or bird. Later, he uses various of colors to...
Since 1994, artist Thomas Deininger has been making sculptures from junk he finds on the beach. If you watch from distance, his 3D sculptures look more like drawings, paintings or ordinary sculptures, and not like trash. You can see toys, covers, packaging and other kind of junk transformed into art. Deininger says that he...
Juliette Clovis, an artist from Bordeaux, France, creates porcelain sculptures that look so mesmerizing and amazing, and we want to share them with you.   A central point of Clovis’s work is a representation of a woman, though, in most of her works, the human figure is not present, and is replaced by wildlife and floral elements. The...
Ian Fichman is a sculptor and illustrator located in Miami, Florida. He was introduced to metalwork in 2002. Fichman was free to explore many possibilities of this art medium, and he found fulfilment in manufacturing things with his own hands. In 2010, after thoroughly researching possibilities in digital arts, he returned to sculpture. He began working as a technician at the San...
Sandra Apperloo is a talented lady behind the blog Artistic Moods. She’s also a ceramicist who creates these adorable pots and plates and sells them in her Etsy shop. The Pottery Parade is the name of her Instagram page where she shares the latest works with nearly 50,000 followers. We must say that we fell in love...
Nicolas Party is a Switzerland-born contemporary artist known for his conceptual approach to portraiture. So far, he’s been mostly interested in the translation and transformation of nature through color, materials and composition, and the influence of surrealism in his works is more than evident. This month he was named one of the favorite artists of the Juxtapoz magazine, thanks to his mysterious characters placed in unexpected situations.  
Romanian artist Darius Hulea uses iron, stainless steel, copper and brass wires as his tools. In his work he creates three dimensional sculptures that combines elements of both contemporary and classical art. Most of his creations makes recognizable portraits of famous Romanian historical figures. “I discovered during my second year of college that the great artists of modern history...
Andy Goldsworthy is a British sculptor, land artist and environmentalist known for his ephemeral works. The artist spent his childhood working on a farm, where his love and admiration for nature truly bloomed.  His true passion for nature inspired him to create something unexpected and in many ways challenging to our eyes. He deeply feels the energy from nature and transcends that energy into a brilliant art form, using leaves, wood,...
It's hard not to be taken by Louise Daneels' ceramic sculptures. Recreating everyday items like toothbrushes and food packages, her Instagram page looks like a modern shrine for consumerism. The self-taught ceramic artist taught herself how to work with clay through YouTube tutorials, whilst completing a master’s degree in illustration at KASK School of Arts in Ghent,...

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