Posts tagged ‘sculptures’

deer sculpture

Creatures by Ellen June Jewett

Born in Markham, Ontario Canada, Ellen Jewett‘s interest in shaping three dimensional forms began at a young age. Working with polymer clay, home-made foam clay, and other mediums, Jewett creates a world of fantastical dragons, birds, elephants, and other creatures with incredible detail and intricacy. Enjoy he artworks!

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architectural sculpture

Creative Sculptures by Fabrice Le Nezet

Fabrice Le Nezet is a Director, Designer and Artist based is London. His project, most notably his short films ”Dynamo”,”Raymond” and ”Dix” have been shown and appreciated around the world. His work as a designer is a mix between Architecture, Modern Sculpture, Toys Design and Urban Culture. Today as usual, we made sure to handpick …

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two paper birds

Brilliant Paper Sculptures by Ppiinnee

Diana Beltran Herrera (Pine) is an artist born in Bogota, Colombia. Her specialization is paper art – various paper birds, animals, paper cuts and 2d paper artworks. Today we’ll take a look at her amazing paper birds and animals. Love the detail and colors … thumbs up! Enjoy the gallery … and feel free to …

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book sculpture

Really Hot Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee

Canadian artist, Guy Laramee carves landscapes out of books and he paints romantic landscapes. Books in his artworks are less about reading them and more about reading into them. Below, you may see an amazing collection of 20 handpicked artworks from this talented artist. Make sure to scroll though … it’s really worth it!

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felt pupper holding a heart

Felt Sculptures and more by Hine Mizushima

Hine Mizushima was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan where he worked as an artist / illustrator. He didn’t stay there too long though and switched couple of locations … like Rome, Paris or New York. Finally, seems he found the perfect place to stay in Vancouver, Canada. Hine is also a slow Crafter, Needle-felter …

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tree snow sculptures

COOL Snow Sculptures

The most primitive snow sculpture we are all familiar with (at least where snow is common) is a snowman. Pretty much every single child has built one. No, today we won’t be presenting snowmen, but way more sophisticated snow sculptures. It’s amazing what is snow and a pair of creative hands capable of. Just check …

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Curling Players

You Haven’t Seen That Kind of Art Before, Have You?

We have had a pretty long discussion here in the office of Cruzine magazine today on how to choose a title for the showcase we have just prepared. Steampunk, shock art, contemporary art installations, or maybe simply photo manipulations? As the result we have decided to take a Solomon’s decision and let you, our readers, …

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clay sculpture of puma

Creative, figurative sculptures of modern day

Modern day sculpture art has definitely evolved greatly from the traditional sculpture as it was understood, for example, in Ancient Greece or Rome. This evolution is traced in many aspects of the art – from the techniques and materials used to the featured characters and understanding of the esthetics itself. However, there is still one …

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