Scott Fife’s Incredible Sculptures

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 Scott Fife creates amazing sculptures using just cardboard, screws, and glue. His impressively realistic busts depict heads of pop culture icons, historical figures, and animals. 

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 Scott Fife sculpture portraits pop culture

Scott Fife sculpture portraits pop culture

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Tamara Kvesitadze

Tamara Kvesitadze is an architect, sculptor and painter, born in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia in 1968. Her work is about contrasts and the concept of rebirth and continuity is obvious in her figures. Georgia is a country between the East and the West, where the two civilisations meet, and  these contrasts become important part of her work.   

Her figures are beautiful in their timelessness and simplicity.

The sculptures poise between the organic and the mechanical, they move poetically, almost dance. 

Watch the amazing video of her participation in Biennale di Venezia


Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett

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UK artist Derek Kinzett creates these gorgeous sculptures using different kinds of wire. Have a look at his interesting portfolio.

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Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

Spirit of the Road, photographed by Steve Watson

Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

The Lady and the Bicycle, photographed by Steve Watson

Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

The Wood Cutters Sprite, photographed by the artist

Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

The Seated Man, photographed by the artist

Wire Sculptures by Derek Kinzett wire sculpture art

Spirit Of Reflection, photographed by the artist

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Sayaka’s Recycled Sculptures


 If you are not familiar with her work I’m sure you’ll love it! Sayaka is an artist born in Japan and currently living in Indiana, USA. She uses discarded objects, mainly made of plastic, like kitchen tools, hangers, etc, to create stunning sculptures inspired by animals and nature. She says about her work that it is a way for her to contemplate and remind herself that even if there is conflict right now, there is a way for all the pieces to fit together.

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EmergenceConv horses

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DeepSea fish

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