If you find that your ordered meal is taking a little long to serve, you may want to create sugar cube sculptures while you wait. Obviously that isn’t the case for Irish sculptor, Brendan Jamison. In 2010 he was commissioned to build sugar cube scale models of the Tate Modern and NEO Bankside for the London Festival of Architecture and has since become world renowned for these sculptures. You can see more of his work on his website and you can follow him here on Twitter and here on Facebook.
Images: Courtesy of Brendan Jamison.
Shown above are the paper sculptures created by multimedia artist, Elsa Mora. These stunning papercuts show an incredible attention to detail, consistency and certainly much patience. She writes this regarding her medium:
“Paper is a simple material that can be manipulated in endless ways. From flat pieces to 3 dimensional sculptures and installations, to photographic images and animation, paper has the potential to become whatever we want. The only limit is our imagination.”
Images: Courtesy of Elsa Mora.
It takes intense concentration and exceptional needlework skills to create these amazing miniature art pieces. That gentle touch belongs to UK-based artist, Susanna Bauer, who uses natural found objects as a canvas and embellishes them with crochet. She says this of her work:
“My work begins with a walk. I find a leaf, a piece of driftwood. I take it home. Its new life begins.”
Images: Courtesy of Susanna Bauer.