Cairo, Egypt-based artist Gavin Worth has come out with a brand new sculpture illusion. Recently, he traveled to Las Cruces, New Mexico where he created this work about hope. Using 125 steel bars that stood over 6 feet high, he bent them by hand until he reached his desired…
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Rising Chinese art star Li Hui, who first caught our attention with his bright red LED installation, has just opened his new solo show at Zadok Gallery in Miami called Void and Substance. Eli Klein Fine Art, along with Zadok Gallery, have curated this exhibition and are using Zadok…
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While we've seen our share of stunning steel wool photography before, never have we come across it in incredible gif form like this. France-based engineer and…Continue
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Artist Gavin Worth just reached out to us to tell us about latest sculpture or should we say sculptures. When we first came across his steel wire sculptures, we were amazed at not only his craftsmanship but about the stories each told, simple human moments that appeared to be both strong and…
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Steven Shubert just wrote to us to share with his stunning steel wool photography. Though we'd seen this technique done before, Shubert's really stood out because of his interesting choice of backgrounds and his very crisp, well-executed shots. (Especially love the…Continue
Art is popping up everywhere in Miami this week! Case in point, Whitewall and Delano hotel just unveiled "Die to Live" by Belgium-born artist Michael Benisty. The 8 ft tall stainless steel sculpture features 345,798 golden black Swarovski crystals. What a sight!
In early 2009, Benisty struck up a conversation with Swarovski heiress Nadja Swarovkski while…Continue
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While some sculptors work with clay and others with marble, sculptor Frank Plant decided early on that he wanted to work with steel. He twists and bends it to create these dramatic pieces that each tell its own story.
"I do what I refer to as drawings in steel. The subjects of said drawings are sometimes objects that i like for their composition, sometimes…
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