3D Motion lines sculptures

Frozen Dancers in Air - Inspiring 3D Sculptures that represents their motion and style

Steve Lohman - submit this to CODAmagazine's Human Form issue! codaworx.com

Steve Lohman - submit this to CODAmagazine's Human Form issue! codaworx.com

silly sculptures - could put in Dr. Seuss environment. What a cute art idea to celebrate thinking differently and Dr. Seuss's Birthday - Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

silly sculptures - could put in Dr. Seuss environment. What a cute art idea to celebrate thinking differently and Dr. Seuss's Birthday - Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

Shoot me, Print me, Tuck me, Fold me and then Shoot me Again. Aldo Tolino’s human portraits are of a  creative loop which goes along the lines of: shooting a portrait, printing it on paper, then creasing it, tucking it and folding it until a brand new facial expression is created before shooting the printed-portrait-turned-sculpture for the final result. During this process, the more you rearrange the shape of the triangle grid on the surface the more facial expressions you generate.

Shoot me, Print me, Tuck me, Fold me and then Shoot me Again

Shoot me, Print me, Tuck me, Fold me and then Shoot me Again. Aldo Tolino’s human portraits are of a creative loop which goes along the lines of: shooting a portrait, printing it on paper, then creasing it, tucking it and folding it until a brand new facial expression is created before shooting the printed-portrait-turned-sculpture for the final result. During this process, the more you rearrange the shape of the triangle grid on the surface the more facial expressions you generate.

Wire Animal Sculptures that Look Like Scribbled Pencil Drawings by David Oliveira | Colossal - created on 2015-10-13 17:05:32

Wire Animal Sculptures that Look Like Scribbled Pencil Drawings by David Oliveira | Colossal - created on 2015-10-13 17:05:32

Tsz Kwan (Kylie) Tam - 'Apparent Fluidity ...Solid. Brittle. Fragile and Ever Changing.'  Taking inspiration from glass sculpture and jellyfish. This project aims to capture the apparent fluidity, and the contrast of transparency and the solidity of moving lines and patterns embedded in the glass and on the surface. 
My interest lies in the creation of transparent and translucency in knitted textile with shapes and forms, and the use of beautiful colours and texture.

Tsz Kwan (Kylie) Tam - 'Apparent Fluidity ...Solid. Brittle. Fragile and Ever Changing.' Taking inspiration from glass sculpture and jellyfish. This project aims to capture the apparent fluidity, and the contrast of transparency and the solidity of moving lines and patterns embedded in the glass and on the surface. My interest lies in the creation of transparent and translucency in knitted textile with shapes and forms, and the use of beautiful colours and texture.

Julie Tremblay, 2014, Charcoal line sculpture (in progress) in front of 6 x 9 feet drawing

Julie Tremblay, 2014, Charcoal line sculpture (in progress) in front of 6 x 9 feet drawing

crazy line sculptures TRYING TO GET THE KIDS TO DO 3D WORK BUT EXCEPT FOR PLAYDOUGH OR CLAY LITTLE SUCCES. MOST THINGS ARE TOO HARD.  I'LL TRY THIS NEXT.

crazy line sculptures TRYING TO GET THE KIDS TO DO 3D WORK BUT EXCEPT FOR PLAYDOUGH OR CLAY LITTLE SUCCES. MOST THINGS ARE TOO HARD. I'LL TRY THIS NEXT.

Richard Tuttle is one of the most singular and influential artists working today, whose extraordinary work eludes classification and dissolves the boundaries of sculpture, painting, drawing, installation and printmaking. Since his first exhibition in New York in 1965, Richard Tuttle has employed the strongest of soft touches on a groundbreaking explo- ration into the poetry of form, color, line and the material. He has consistently expanded our understanding of the art object’s relationship…

Richard Tuttle is one of the most singular and influential artists working today, whose extraordinary work eludes classification and dissolves the boundaries of sculpture, painting, drawing, installation and printmaking. Since his first exhibition in New York in 1965, Richard Tuttle has employed the strongest of soft touches on a groundbreaking explo- ration into the poetry of form, color, line and the material. He has consistently expanded our understanding of the art object’s relationship…

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