Sculptures by Marco Casagrande

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 09, 2013
Finland-based artist, designer, and sculptor Marco Casagrande constructed four steel figures of men and placed them on a tidal short by Kinmen Island in Taiwan. Titled, Oysterman, the installation appear to be silhouettes of men standing on stilts as the tide rolls in.

Alien Anatomy Sculptures by Masao Kinoshita

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
If there are anatomy classes on some distant planet, or in another dimension, Japanese artist Masao Kinoshita provides the instructional anatomical models. 

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble & Sue Webster

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
Tim Noble and Sue Webster are a dynamic duo based out of the UK. Using everyday things including rubbish, they've taken the idea of assemblages to a new level of transformative art. The sculptures use everything from dildos to bones; one of them is even constructed from 34 taxidermied animals including 6 rats, 1 mink, 8 carrion crows, 8 rooks, and 11 jackdaws. Gruesomely awesome.

Aron Demetz' Charcoal Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 04, 2013
A couple months ago we posted a fascinating collaboration between Italian sculptor Aron Demetz and Korean sculptor Shan Hur in which the two artists were able to explore the human figure by contrasting smooth and harsh surfaces. This morning we investigate further the work of Aron Demetz with his incredible Charcoal sculpture series.

Sculptures of Dripping Wooden Picture Frames

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Using Oak, Fir, Wenge, Pear, and Linden woods, the design studioBonsoir Paris created this series of handmade wooden sculptures of seemingly dripping picture frames, entitled Duramen.   

3D Sculptures by Eyal Gever

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 02, 2013
Eyel Gever's creates large-scale layered sculptures in which he uses layers hung inches apart to produce a 3D realism. With the layers providing depth and shadows, when viewed from the front, the sculpture creates an incredibly realistic looking image.

Excavated Sculptures by Shan Hur

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 30, 2013
London-based artist Shan Hur embeds his sculptures into the walls and pillars of the gallery as if they were hidden treasures excavated from the gallery. Shan allows the gallery to become part of the sculpture by making it essential to the impact of the work.

Andrea Hasler's "Burdens of Excesseries"

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 30, 2013
London-based artist Andrea Hasler reworks blobs of grotesque-looking flesh into designer bags, shoes, and accessories. The organ-resemblant sculptures 'engage with the psychological aspects of consumerism, blurring the lines between what you are and what you must have.'

Mercedes Engine Reconstructed from 53 different hand-forged Materials

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
This incredible sculpture of a Mercedes V12 engine is constructed from 53 different materials hand-forged from 35 master craftsmen around Morocco. Eric van Hove spent nine months dismantling an original Mercedes engine and creating reproductions of 465 parts and 660 bolts using everything from bone to wood and terra cotta. Amazing!

Book Sculptures by Brian Dettmer

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Working with knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Atlanta-based artist Brian Dettmer carves one page of a book at a time, exposing each layer while cutting around ideas and images of interest. Nothing inside the books is relocated or implanted, only removed. The image and ideas that he reveals are used to expose alternate histories and memories.

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