Angela Palmer's 3D Glass Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 18, 2013
The details in Angela Palmer's glass sculptures are taken from MRI and CT scans. They are engraved onto sheets of glass before being layered on top of one another to recreate the human form. Once the final piece has been assembled, we see a 3D image of the brain that can only be seen from the front or back.

Incredible Sculpture Works by Johnson Tsang

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
We have shown you the crazy liquid kiss sculptures by Mr Tsang on the site before, and today we have a look at the wide-range of sculpture works that the artist is capable of. His work is both surreal and photoreal, and takes porcelain and steel and transforms them into fine art and other-worldly scenarios.

Butter and Other Food Sculptures by Jim Victor and Marie Pelton

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
Before we watched the movie Butter a few weeks ago we had no idea that butter and food sculpture was even really a thing. Jim Victor and his wife Marie Pelton travel the country as a duo carving and sculplting everything from chocolate to Kraft cheese, butter, and Subway sandwiches. We are entertained.

Maciek Janicki's Paper City

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
Artist Maciek Janicki carefully constructed this paper city, including the highlights and shadows. The video after the jump offers you a tour through the paper skyscrapers, roads, and landscape!

Zadok Ben-David's Field of Painted Metal Flowers

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 14, 2013
London-based artist Zadok Ben-David is and avid sculptor, his installations and pieces appear in locations all over the world. This particular travelling installation, entitled Blackfield, features tiny, detailed and hand painted metal flowers stuck in the sand. The flowers are inspired by 19th century Victorian encyclopedia illustrations and each one contains almost 20,000 3-D flora etchings.

Christopher Coppers' Sculptural Magazine Pieces

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 14, 2013
We are both impressed and slightly bummed we hadn't thought of this before, although we're sure we wouldn't have done such a great job. Artist Christopher Coppers takes regular magazines and often based on both the cover and the content inside, will meticulously cut out, or fray, or fold the pages in some way to turn them into meaningful pieces of art! Even sometimes making art out of Art magazines!

Michelle Matson's Paper-based Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 13, 2013
We are enjoying these fun, bizarre paper sculptures by Michelle Matson. A fun fact: Michelle competed in the second season of Bravo's reality TV show Work of Art: The Next Great Artist.  

"The Art of the Brick," a LEGO art show by Nathan Sawaya

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Like a lot of kids, LEGOs were a huge part of our childhood. There is no way we are getting rid of those 3 giant boxes of plastic bricks in our closet! Because of the incredible amount of dedication we put into building plastic space ships as a kid, we are proud that "adults' are out there still "playing" with them, and as it seems in Nathan Sawaya's case, making a career out of it!

Build Your Own Geometric Torso

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Due to popular demand, Australian architect and paper artist Horst Kiechle has provided downloadable templates so you can print and assemble your own geometric paper torso with removable organs! We hope you have more free time than we do!

Bizarre Porcelain Sculptures by Jason Briggs

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Jason Briggs lives in rural Tennessee where he teaches part time in Nashville and spends the rest of the time in his studio creating these bizarre porcelain sculptures. Through his work, Jason is searching for a fresh perspective and trying to create objects that he's never quite seen before and "whose inherent mystery and intrigue quietly insists upon viewer interaction." In his words, "Obvious sexual references, along with an extravagant, fetish-like attention to surface, can arouse a yearning to touch as powerful as the act itself."

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