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Sculptor Aesthetic, Luo Li Rong, Sun Sculpture, Art Bio, Figurative Kunst, Istoria Artei, Ancient Sculpture, Greek Sculpture, Arte Inspo

Chinese artist Luo Li Rong creates the most realistic feminine sculptures. This precise work and graceful lineaments give you an impression that the time has stopped and a second after the sculptures will move. You can almost see them breathing. Come and see! We bet you will fall in love with these

Adeline Wys
Pop Art Apartment Aesthetic, Pop Art Accessories, Street Art Home Decor, Pop Culture Decor Interior Design, Pop Art Wedding Decor, Pop Culture Decor, Colorful Salon Ideas, Pop Art Decor Interior Design, Greek Pop Art

Introducing my Signature sculpture Lafayette with WOW Pop Art design, meticulously crafted by hand with acrylic paints, boasting vibrant color splashes in neon pink and neon yellow glow paints. Each piece is completely pinky and one-of-a-kind, showcasing its own unique beauty and character. Featuring eye drippings in neon pink, this captivating statue pairs perfectly with the yellow Artemis statue or the charming Ice Cream Pop Lafayette statues, adding a playful and dynamic touch to any…

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Taiwanese sculptor Gaylord Ho was born in Hsin-Wu, Taiwan. Born to poor farmers Gaylord spent most of his free time helping, along with his brother, with the chores of scratching out a living on a small rice farm in middle Taiwan. His parents, while certainly not well off financially, were accepting and loving of their children and believed strongly in education. Gaylord was sent off to the public school system as soon as he was of age.

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Ishibashi Yui’s Sculptures Visualize Tension Between Humans and Nature | Hi-Fructose Magazine Illusion Kunst, Instalation Art, Sculptures Céramiques, Art Et Illustration, Poses References, Arte Sketchbook, Clay Art Projects, Ap Art, 판타지 아트

Fixated on a mythological depiction of nature, Japanese artist Ishibashi Yui sculpts feral children that appear to belong to another realm of reality. Pallid, hairless human bodies become fused with roots and vines, brought to life through a mixture of wood, resin, clay, wire and paint. Oftentimes, the figures appear imprisoned by the flora. In Then, It Returns Slowly, a pregnant woman's face erupts with flesh-colored growths that form a tree trunk. The character in Dream of 10 Billion Years…