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Bodies in Motion

Scott Eaton’s Bodies in Motion is an ongoing photographic project that aims to document the power, beauty and possibility of the human body in motion. Scott began [...]

Icarus had a sister

What you see here is the tip of the iceberg of what Andre Masters and CJ Munn are capable of making, and right now they are like two genies trapped in a very small bottle, [...]

Hands Full

As a child growing up in Russia, even before she knew they were called mosaics, Irina Charny created collages from pieces of broken glass found in the street, rocks, paper, [...]

Not all books are holy

The advent of new technologies and formats has almost completely overthrown books, making them just bulky objects or, at best, pieces of furniture for homes or offices, maybe [...]

Hands

Inspired by such masters as Michelangelo, Bernini and Rodin, Lorenzo Quinn is a leading figurative sculptor whose work is as profound, spiritual and existential because it [...]

Flight of the Imagination

Always looking for a proximity between the public and his works, Alex Pinna created a world swarming with worried, fanciful characters, poets and wanderers who dream of [...]

Natural History Surrealist Sculpture

Totally handmade and painted with no more tools than fingers and a paint brush, each creation by Ellen Jewett is unique and produced in a fluid and intuitive manner. The [...]

Slap It

Despite its real functional purpose, our lower back still remains one of the most attractive body parts. This is not escaped Joseph Begley’s attention, London-based [...]

Modern Virgin

Soasig Chamaillard is a sculptor grew up in a Christian Western society. Her perspective on life has been a result of her environment and background. The playful interaction [...]

Miniature Streets

Sometimes, somebody can really re-create the inexplicable atmospheres of a dream: colors, corners, lights, etc. Well, once I just got a quick look at the amazing miniature [...]