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Open Mind: New Warped Face Sculptures by Johnson Tsang | Colossal

Sculptor Johnson Tsang (previously) continues to push realism’s boundaries in his sculptures of faces that are stretched and opened up in surreal ways. In his latest series, Open Mind, Tsang incorporates hand gestures and metaphorical materials like growing leaves and rippling water to convey a sense of open-mindedness in his sculptures. The artist shares with Colossal that he has always been creative, but due to an impoverished upbringing and poor grades in school, he initially focused on…

Open Mind surreal face sculpture by Johnson Tsang Chinese art - Chinese sculpture - Asian contemporary art - Face art - Inspiration - My Modern Met - Porcelain

Johnson Tsang has created a new series of surreal porcelain sculpture that appears made from Silly Putty. Check out these incredible ceramic sculptures!

John Holmes, August 1981 " Eu vejo no espelho verdadeiro. Que se torna o refletor de todas as coisas, e do qual nada pode tornar-se Refletor." Paradise XXVI,106

The new issue of Vice Magazine is entirely devoted to Bob Guccione, Sr., including his role as original publisher of Omni Magazine. And they're featuring some amazing artworks from the magazine.

My GCSE art topic is openings. I am looking at fruit and was inspired by Kamille Saabre's work. Does anyone have any ideas for a final piece to do with this painting of Kamille Saabre's. Please leave a comment with any ideas, thanks.

My GCSE art topic is openings. I am looking at fruit and was inspired by Kamille Saabre's work. Does anyone have any ideas for a final piece to do with this painting of Kamille Saabre's. Please leave a comment with any ideas, thanks.

A Monumental Figure Reveals a Fern-Canopied Tunnel Inside Its Chest in Sculpture by Daniel Popper | Colossal

Cape Town-based artist Daniel Popper has become well-known for his towering sculptures of human figures adorned with or penetrated by thick canopies of foliage. His latest piece titled Thrive stands nearly 30 feet tall and is constructed from 14 tons of glass fiber reinforced concrete. The piece was recently unveiled at Society Las Olas, a residential complex in Fort Lauderdale, and will function as a permanent public art installation at the ground floor. More

We keep coming back to the work of Johnson Tsang, because not only does it wow us, but there is a certain expert ceramic approach to his work... The s...

We keep coming back to the work of Johnson Tsang, because not only does it wow us, but there is a certain expert ceramic approach to his work... The s...

Sabes cuál fue el problema siempre? Tus ojos no sabían mentir. Así como tus ojos sonreían, cuando estabas triste, en el fondo, en lo profundo de tu globo ocular se notaba ese dejo de tristeza que t…

Sabes cuál fue el problema siempre? Tus ojos no sabían mentir. Así como tus ojos sonreían, cuando estabas triste, en el fondo, en lo profundo de tu globo ocular se notaba ese dejo de tristeza que t…

Becoming undone in the depths, opened up, belly to the floor, and in hopes of all things understood in the breath of promise. 30X40 Oil on Canvas

Becoming undone in the depths, opened up, belly to the floor, and in hopes of all things understood in the breath of promise. 30X40 Oil on Canvas