Gregory Colbert

Gregory Colbert is a Canadian-born photographer and filmmaker. After 1992, the year his work as a photographer was first publicly exhibited, Colbert kept quiet, not showing any of his films or art. He instead traveled to a number of different places such as Burma, Kenya, and Namibia to film and photograph the interaction between humans…

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Anders Krisar

Anders Krisar is a Swedish sculptor that modifies the human anatomy in surreal minimalist ways. He works with fiber glass, silicone and even oil paints his figures together.

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Istvan Sandorfi (1948 – 2007)

Not too many people have heard of artist Istvan Sandorfi unfortunately. Originally from Budapest, Hungary, Sandorfi’s family served five years in a Stalinist prison during the Communist regime due to the fact that Sandorfi’s father was the director of an American company in the 1950’s. To escape his violent and painful past, Sandorfi took refuge…

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Thom Puckey // MARBLE

Thom Puckey is a sculptor from the UK. Puckey sculpts his pieces out of clay first…then in marble. These are some of Puckey’s new works still in progress for 2010 that he was nice enough to share on his site, as well as a couple of pieces from 2009. http://thompuckey.com

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Marc Sijan

Marc Sijan is a very talented artist based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Sijan’s sculptural works are life-size and very realistic. Sijan’s method is a very detailed and methodical process where he first works from live models to produce a negative mold in plaster. He continues by sculpting the interior of the mold with specialized…

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Evan Penny // SCULPTURES

Evan Penny is originally from South Africa. Penny’s sculptures are very life-like and realistic…and no…these images have not been stretched or edited in post. Penny creates these figurative sculptures incorporating what may seem like a visual distortions. http://evanpenny.com

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Fan Xiaoyan SCULPTURE

Fan Xiaoyan is a sculptor originally born in Gaomi, China, but now, lives and works in the country’s capital, Beijing. Xiaoyan describes her work as “the arrival of a new era, a new kind of human being, a new power, a new sensation… a surrealistic virtual world in which men and women are equal”.

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