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Jaume Plensa, biennale de Venise 2015, San Giorgio.

Jaume Plensa, biennale de Venise 2015, San Giorgio.

South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

Striking Life-Sized Sculptures of Hollow Figures Contemplate Human Existence

South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

Textile Sculptures Created From Dozens of Multicolored Orbs by Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

Tom Deininger creates large-scale collages from found objects scavenged from trash and donated by friends.

Sculptures & Installations: 20 of the most amazing and incredible masterpieces in the world

Tom Deininger creates large-scale collages from found objects scavenged from trash and donated by friends.

Different perspective: This portrait of Stephanie Tubbs Jones is viewed from an angle so the different layers can be seen

Face off: The extraordinary 3D sculptures of people's heads made from recycled goods

Different perspective: This portrait of Stephanie Tubbs Jones is viewed from an angle so the different layers can be seen

Willow Scottish Highlander Sculpture - Bob Johnston Baskets (so much more awesome than a 'cow skull')

Willow Scottish Highlander Sculpture - Bob Johnston Baskets (so much more awesome than a 'cow skull')

Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

20-year-old Taiwanese student Kai-Xiang Xhong has the unique hobby of constructing astonishingly intricate and realistic works of art from cardboard. Recently, Xhong used the humble medium to build a life-size replication of Iron Man that looks every bit like the suit from the movies. Each detail is reproduced perfectly, right down to the glowing chest …

Iron Man and Other Brilliant Cardboard Sculptures by Kai-Xiang Xhong

20-year-old Taiwanese student Kai-Xiang Xhong has the unique hobby of constructing astonishingly intricate and realistic works of art from cardboard. Recently, Xhong used the humble medium to build a life-size replication of Iron Man that looks every bit like the suit from the movies. Each detail is reproduced perfectly, right down to the glowing chest …

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