Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’
Legos are always fun, but chocolate legos? That’s a whole new level of cool. Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi created a LEGO brick set made entirely out of different kinds of chocolate. Perfect for building, playing, then eating your creations afterwards.
These colored pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre are inspired by the form of the sea urchin. They are made from hundreds of pencils which are cut, drilled, sharpened and sewn together with a beading technique.
The mile high city seems to have public art springing up on every corner these days. Check out some of these innovative works:
The Big Blue Bear
“I See What You Mean” by Lawrence Argent
(Corner of 14th Street and Stout Street)
At the Denver convention center a big blue bear sculpted in geometric angles towers 40 feet high against the convention center’s glass walls. Seeming to peer through the glass, this bear is a downtown icon. Made from composite materials, its form was extrapolated from 3D digital images then built from over 4,000 interlocking concrete and polymer triangles.