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Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

It is a piece of art but you might mistake it for a cruel dish or a misplaced pet if you’d find it on a dinner table. Keng Lye’s work merges sculpture with painting as he creates hyper-realistic  small scale under-water creatures. Keng Lye, Singapore based artist, creates these unbelievably realistic paintings by painting on […]

Sculpture, Art, Photography and Angel Zorn

Sculpture, Art, Photography and Angel Zorn

Forthcoming graduate of Fine Art from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design  Angel Zorn has created a series of striking and dramatic imagery and sculptures. Zorn’s creative outlets are primarily focused on sculpture, photography and film. The Twins Zorn admittedly finds it difficult to pinpoint exactly where her inspirations come from for her work but believes that they are her own interpretation of human behaviour. In her work The […]

Hammer Time

Hammer Time

  Its Hammer Time! Loughborough University sculptor graduate has created these fantastic Cast Hammers!  Ackroyd wanted to play with peoples predetermined perceptions of objects and materials.  Hammers are usually understood to have a wood handle with a metal top and be top heavy. With Ackroyd’s play on perception by casting the objects in different materials […]

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