Pierre Matter has created some outstanding steampunk sculptures, the majority of them are based around the anatomy of animals. All of which feature buckets full of creativity and years of practice, and if your interested in his work, you can come to own one of his pieces yourself, check out his store via his website. His slow progression in this field led him to try out many kinds of expression and material, from oil to gouache to ink, from comic strips to canvas, and also bas-relief in stone.
Usually you would expect the pencil to be the tool used to create the artwork, but in the case of Jennifer Maestre the pencil becomes the artwork. Jennifer has carefully and beautifully crafted a whole collection of dangerous looking sculptures made entirely out of colored pencils. My sculptures were originally inspired by the form and function of the sea urchin. The spines of the urchin, so dangerous yet beautiful, serve as an explicit warning against contact.
The creative Katie Matheney has made this awesome classic diner meal sugar sculpture, this is what she has said about the sculpture; A sugar sculpture using the combination of molded and pulled sugar to recreate a classic diner meal of a burger fries and a soda. To see more of Katie’s culinary art pieces, head over to her Behance profile.
Alexandra Bruel is a french art director and illustrator based in Paris, and it was during her studies when she started to play with plasticine. As seen by the shots below, the obsession with plasticine didn’t quite stop there. Alexandra is now creating some exciting and creative plasticine pieces and is currently represented by Handsome Frank, a London based creative Agency and gets to work with some fantastic clients including Renault and Coca Cola.
New York based photographer Massimo Gammacurta has hand crafted each lolli-pop with hard ball candy, each lolli is a well known logo such as; Disney, YSL, Apple and more. The colours, contrast and overall quality of each image is bright and pleasing to the eye. Massimo has made this creative project into a book titled 'Lolli-Pop' check it out via his website. Be sure to head over to another article about Massimo called 'Eat Me, The Candy Alphabet' here.