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Always astonished at how these artists come up with the pieces to cast the right shadow, is it alot of trial and error? or do these types of artists just see the vision and instinctively know what they're doing.
Both. They see the core of it in their heads and the tweaking it to the perfection takes alot of trial and error.
There's definitely an inspirational quote you could get out of this
“Don’t be yourself when you can take the form of 3 greater people, instead”, or something
What’s the original statue of Jesus?
I only know the Venus De Milo.
The second is statue of David. Not sure about the 3rd. Maybe Mary at the cross?
1 is a neat party trick.
2 is pretty fucking dedicated.
3 though? That's pushing the boundaries of timespace itself pretty much yeah? Ok fin. Bit it's damn impressive.
That is very impressive
Everything is a JoJo reference
This is the kinda stuff my adhd brain comes up with right before I go to sleep telling myself I'll remember but ultimately waking up wondering if teeth are still there.
Meanwhile paintings that go for $40M: White stripe on blue background
Don't denigrate art just because you don't like or understand it. White stripe on blue background might be stunning, or might be just the right shade of blue to bring the whole room together. Meanwhile, while I love this sculpture, it doesn't display well. So while I appreciate it for it's craftsmanship and the ingenuity, it's not exactly something that was meant to be appreciated outside the gallery experience easily.
Sorry, but this is a pet peeve of mine. It's all too common to hear people denigrate art as splatters on a canvas or splotches of color that anyone can do. Art is so much more than that and the process - mental and physical - can be as important an experience as the end product. Or it can be as shallow as "that looks cool". Both are valid, but don't be mean :p
This is what modern art should be - this obviously took a lot of effort and technical skill
The modern art movement ended 65 years ago boomer.
One on the left is missing its arms >!/s der !<but that's awesome
Some people have waaay too much talent! That is amazing
Okay, this is very clever. Hats off to the artist!
The thing I love about the image on the right is how the original is marble and smooth but this image u can see the roughness of it and it's imperfection, makes me like this image more than the original.
Does anyone know who the artist is?
It's two artists: Tim Noble and Sue Webster
Make it 9!
How THE HELL?
Is there a way to “set” that, so you could take it home ?
Some people are so smart and some people can't figure out which grocery check out aisle is open.
For a seccond I thought I saw mario on the cross
This needs to be in an art museum.
You can't just do something anymore, you gotta be recycling and casting art in the 2nd dimension 3 times, and even then all you get is a handful of doots on Reddit lol
Is it just me or the very right shadow reminds me of Saint Martha from FGO?
A Fantastic piece.
Now that is cool.
I love how its made out of trash.. and a cross.. or is the cross trash too?
why does jesus look like he poledancing on the cross
“More like belongs in the trash”
Is there software involved?
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