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David Mach, who was appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Royal Academy Schools, London, in 2000 and has been nominated for the Turner Prize, has used the same technique using coat hangers to create a number of different works including astronauts, gorillas and tigers.

David Mach, a sculpture and installation artist, creates art entirely from wire coat hangers. One of his sculptures is in the RCJ

Animal clothes hanger

Animal clothes hanger

Animal clothes hangers - quite utterly mad, but i like it, especially the rather dapper looking fox!

Power poles. Iceland. So cool.

Travel: Iceland - Land Of Giants, awesome human-like and reindeer-like electric poles!This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape." ExPress-O

The National GUITAR Museum

Creative Sculptures by Ron Ulicny I like this sculpture because it shows the guitar separated into different pieces. It signifies that music is not just one structured thing, it can be broken up into different forms.

That’s serious talent…

That’s serious talent…

Screws: This film strip tutorial cleverly nails the details of this intricate and time-intensive style of portrait making. Artist Andrew Myers is clearly in his element with this and the many other mediums he man-handles into genius works of art.

ZIP, bronze sculpture. by johnstonsculpture on Etsy

Progression bronze sculpture edition 50 by johnstonsculpture. These are done by my incredibly talented friend Jason. Check out his work, especially if you like cast bronze. 'Not my friend'

Unbelievable sculptures that can only be viewed from certain angles in a mirror.

Funny pictures about Unbelievable Sculptures. Oh, and cool pics about Unbelievable Sculptures. Also, Unbelievable Sculptures.

Suzie Zamit

Suzie Zamit, Aya [ "Suzie Zamit biography The beauty of the human form is a constant inspiration - I find the expressive, malleable properties of te.

(Clothespin Art - by artist Mehmet Ali Uysal) Writing Prompt: what would happen if someone removed this clothespin?

I WANT one in my garden: Giant wooden clothes peg in Chaudfontaine Park in Belgium by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal