Vincent Bal – Shadow Illustrations

Filmmaker Vincent Bal recently embarked on a new series of illustrations. The Belgian artist decided to start creating a doodle a day on a piece of paper which utilizes shadows from various objects which are placed next to the paper to give him the foundation of the piece. From burglars to polar bears, Bal whimsically recreates humorous scenes with merely a fine-liner and some trickery.

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Rómulo Celdrán – Macro

Fine artist Rómulo Celdrán has reinvented the way we look at everyday objects. The sculpture artists recreates things such as bottle caps, ice cube trays, and sponges at size which is hundreds of times bigger than the original. This style of sculpture he describes as “Macro.”

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Kaz Oshiro – Diffuse Reflection

Kaz Oshiro is a Japanese born artist based in Los Angeles. Oshiro emigrated to the United States in 1986, where he studied at California State University in Los Angeles, graduating with a BA and an MFA. Oshiro turns wood, canvas and paint into three dimensional trompe-l’oeil sculptures of everydayobjects, like that old microwave from your dorm room, a stack of guitar amps, a full kitchen, and even a dumpster. Many of these pieces are at his exhibition entitled “Diffuse Reflection” at the Galerie Frank Elbaz in Paris.


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Johnson Tsang – Surreal Sculptures

Johnson Cheung-shing Tsang is a Hong Kong-based sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art work. Tsang’s work comments on the issues of “human beings” and “objects”. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited internationally in galleries from Hong Kong to Switzerland.

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