Fancy transparent sculptures

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Apr - 11 - 2011

The sculptors of our time working not only with a rock, as earlier, or a tree. Masters of modern sculpture work with all materials that you can get – from food to metal. The result is a remarkable sculptures, which look rather unusual. In this small survey offers evaluate transparent sculptures created by artists from different countries.

Transparent Lexus

This transparent copy of the new Lexus-and created a Japanese sculptor Ska Fujimoto, fairly well-known artist in Japan. The sculpture was shown at the Tokyo Motor Show, in 2009. The most unusual detail of this sculpture is detailed recreations of seats, dashboard, engine and other elements that can be found in an ordinary car.

Influenza virus

These sculptures, created by sculptor Luc Dzherramom are enlarged copies of various viruses, mainly H1N1. In addition to the swine flu virus, the wizard creates copies of viruses such as E. coli, SARS, HIV. In his works, a master in his own words, tries to show that we do not usually see. It is in the truest sense of the word “invisible threat.”

Transparent surprise

That’s how you can call skuptury Mark Jenkins, who creates sculptures of transparent film, and places them in the most unexpected places. And, indeed, found a clear giraffe in a local park – it’s a surprise.


Milanese sculptor Benedetta Mori Ubaldini lives and works since 1991 in London. She claims that her works are symbols of her own thinking, it is certain circuits, the associations that arise directly in consciousness.

Unusual deer

If you watch from afar, the sculpture looks like a deer, covered with dew. In fact, everything is made of glass – from glass balls of different colors. The result is a very interesting sculpture that looks like a deer, a real animal.

Incredible carved mi

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