Although these meticulously crafted porcelain dolls are not the usual Beautiful/Decay fare, something about them really caught our eye. I love their slightly grotesque exposed joints and creepily expressive faces. They are created by artist Marina Bychkova.
New York based artist Bill Durgin creates captivating sculptural photographs of decapitated contortionists.
Julie Moon‘s series “Pretty Please” consists of sculptures of blobs that look like they are getting ready for a fancy night on the town. I can respect that, blobs.
SF super-artist and all-around cool dude, Andy Diaz Hope, just opened up his most recent endeavor, Infinite Immortal @ Catherine Clark Gallery. Here’s a look at some of the works…..
Philadelphia based artist Erin M Riley creates incredible handwoven tapestries with hand dyed wool on nylon warp. Her work touches on issues of death, self exploitation through gender and the internet, addiction, and loneliness.
At first glance at London-based Benedict Radcliffe’s work, I thought, “Oh, a computer generated drawing of a car…okay.” Then I immediately realize it is not as boring as I had first assumed! No! These are, full scale, actual wire-frame representations of a Lamborghini, Subaru, etc.
Shary Boyle‘s ceramic sculptures combine the delicate with the grotesque.
Monkeys and apes parody humanity in sculptures by Amsterdam based artist Misty Groendijk.