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CARDBOARD SCULPTURES OF CHINESE VILLAGERS BY WARREN KING

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Artist Warren King began sculpting with cardboard as an attempt to add fantasy to the lives of his children, creatively crafting masks and helmets out of the recyclable material. This slowly evolved into a more time-consuming arts practice as King began focusing less time on costumes, and more time making large sculptures of his own. After a visit to his grandparents’ village in Shaoxing, China, the New York City-based artist felt compelled to more deeply connect with his cultural past. This sparked Grandfather’s Friend, and Arrival Times, a series of life-size cardboard recreations of his ancestors.

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

Cardboard Sculptures Of Chinese Villagers By Warren King

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DISTURBED CERAMIC SCULPTURES BY LARS CALMAR

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

The sculptures of Lars Calmar, often bare and grotesque, carry a humanity that feels at once humorous and sincerely tortured. Even when using animals alongside his baby-like creatures and hulking brutes, the ceramic works feel as wholly human, though primal, in emotion. The artist’s sculptures have been shown in galleries and museums across the world.

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

Disturbed Ceramic Sculptures By Lars Calmar

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NICHOLAS CROMBACH’S SCULPTURES EXPLORE HUMAN

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Whether rendered life-sized in resin and paint or smaller and 3D-printed, Nicholas Crombach’s figures explore our ties to the creatures of the natural world. The Canadian-born artist uses 3D printing as an extension of his past work and purpose, in a time when the contemporary tool is often used to create novelty items and irreverent, one-note sculptures. Services like Shapify have made the reaction of the human body a superficial process, while Crombach tackles something much older in nature.

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

Nicholas Crombach’s Sculptures Explore Human

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