Wonderfully Bizarre, Creepy Sculptures by Erika Sanada

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 24, 2014
  If you want to really creep out those kids trick or treating at your house this year, get at couple of these sculptures by Erika Sanada to decorate entry way! "My work reflects the weird and the creepy; I am fascinated with the dark side," Erika says. “Odd Things” is my current body of work and I use ceramic for making bizarre creatures. They have extra body parts such as multiple arms, legs, teeth and ears. These are how I express my sensitive mind.

Intersections: Bernardi Roig "NO/Escape"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 23, 2014
Mounting six sculptural works in unexpected interior and exterior spaces, Bernardi Roig challenges visitors perception and experience in NO/Escape, on view beginning October 25. His project addresses the existential dualities of entrapment and liberation, blinding and illumination, absence and presenc

Art of the Moment: "Worn Out" by Palestinian artist Iyad Sabbah

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
A stunning work has just been producing in Gaza by artist Iyad Sabbah, documenting and preserving the destruction of the neighborhood of Shuja’iyya during the recent conflict and the now homeless community that once lived there. As DesignBoom points out, Sabbah "has set a family of clay figures wandering away from the war-torn wreckage. The models that comprise ‘worn out’ seem almost mummified, as if completely consumed by the death and devastation surrounding them."

Dissected Classical Sculpture by Cao Hui

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Beijing-based artist Cao Hui has constructed and dissected classical sculptures to reveal raw, fleshy, innards. Hui has previously pulled the guts out of a sofa and opened the gruesome, gory inside of a suitcase.

"Ocean Atlas," the Largest Underwater Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Jason Decaires, whose underwater sculpture gardens have been featured on the site before, recently installed "Ocean Atlas" in the Bahamas. The sculpture, commissioned by the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation, is constructed using sustainable PH-neutral materials and will create an artificial reef for marine life and draw tourists away from stressed natural areas.

Rotating Glass Sculpture By Thomas Medicus

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 17, 2014
‘Emulsifier’ is a rotating glass sculpture by Thomas Medicus. This beautiful and interesting work is made up of four hand-painted anamorphic paintings on 160 glass strips. Check out the video to learn more about it!

LCAD Presents: Jon Neill Pumpkin Carving Demonstration

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 17, 2014
On Sunday, Oct. 26th, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., famed sculptor and Laguna College of Art and Design Sculpture faculty member, Jon Neill, will treat visitors to LCAD ON FOREST located at ONE Laguna, to a rare pumpkin carving demonstration.

Luka Fineisen’s Bubbles

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Luka Fineisen creates work that explores the beauty of the scientific world. These beautiful bubbles are in fact not bubbles at all,but instead they are permanent plastic sculptures. Striking and lasting, we enjoy her work.

Classic Toy Soldiers Do Yoga

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 10, 2014
Downward-facing dog toy soldier? Cobra pose little green army man? These are Yoga Jones, a series of the classic green army men completing yoga moves instead of holding guns and rocket launchers. Look inward, work on your body and mind, help this dude's kickstarter.

Sculptures by Michael Trpák

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
We have shown you the work of Czech artist Michael Trpák before on the site when he created this series of cement figures hanging from umbrellas inside the EBC office center in Prague titled Slight Uncertainty. The artist works in a variety of mediums from sculpture to painting and architecture. See more of his work after the jump!


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