Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper. He then photographs the sculptures and merges them into unrealistic worlds to create Long Term Memory (LTM), an ongoing photographic series that “puts audiences in the ambivalent position of not knowing what is real and what is not.”

Yuichi Ikehata’s Sculpted Photographs. Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata sculpts disintegrating body parts, photographs them and then manipulates them using various programs resulting in truly haunting.

Denise Romecki Ceramic Sculpture.                                                                                                                                                     Plus                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Waves – Les porcelaines de Denise Romecki

Denise Romecki finds inspiration for her sculptures in cresting waves. Romecki creates her original pieces using stoneware clay. Requiring at least two kiln firings her ceramic sculptures resemble beautifully rising white-capped waves that have been stunn

French 3D artist Jean-Michel Bihorel has been rendering films for the past 6 years, while also keeping up with personal projects that utilize the same professional tools. In his latest works, he has produced two digital sculptures of the female form composed of a sample of dry flowers. In the fi

Jean-Michel Bihorel creates digital sculptures of female forms partially composed of dried flowers.

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia (paint model magic orbs then glue down to create unique textured sculptures)

South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

Striking Life-Sized Sculptures of Hollow Figures Contemplate Human Existence

Graphic Art: Sculpting - South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

Artist Lei Xue skillfully sculpts and paints porcelain sculptures that look like smashed cans with traditional patterns.

Smashed Cans Sculpted in the Traditional Style of Ming Dynasty Porcelain

Art Inspiration: Artist Lei Xue skillfully sculpts and paints porcelain sculptures that look like smashed cans with traditional patterns.

Bisected Boulders With Stretched Bronze Interiors by Romain Langlois

Bisected boulders with stretched bronze interiors by La Côte Martin-based artist Romain Langlois.

Thought-Provoking Sculpture of Split Head Reveals a Hauntingly Surreal Skull Within

Thought-Provoking Sculpture of Split Head Reveals a Hauntingly Surreal Skull Within

Peek a boo Thought-Provoking Sculpture of Split Head Reveals a Hauntingly Surreal Skull Within

Pictures Really Don’t Do It Justice

Pictures Really Don’t Do It Justice

Pluto and Proserpina. The Rape of Proserpina is a large Baroque marble sculptural group by Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, executed between 1621 and Bernini was only 23 years old at its completion.

"I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes." – Artist Ben Young

Translucent Glass Ocean Sculptures by Ben Young

"I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes." – Artist Ben Young I think this quote aptly covers the idea of texture.

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