Zac Shavrick sculpts a dragon. This ten foot long by eight foot tall dragon was made in about three weeks with hundreds of hours of work, all condensed into one minute of high-speed stop motion madness
Via Shav (this artist’s uncle)
To be honest, I’m not entirely sure what’s going on. But it’s intriguing, to say the least.
Gwon Osang’s got some serious photo sculpture chops going on. He uses hundreds of photographs of his subjects to create his final pieces. Which, as you can see, are 3D awesomesauce.
Via a corblimey tweet
From the creator, Michael Kontopoulos:
A system of sculptures that is constantly on the brink of collapse. My intention was to capture and sustain the exact moment of impending catastrophe and endlessly repeat it.
There are two great points of tension for me – when the hammer is about to strike and you’re anticipating it, and the “almost fall over” itself.