Ziwon Wang’s cybernetic sculptures poignantly address the ever increasing relationship between man and technology.
Katya Malakhova made these fine wooden Batman nesting dolls.
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Sean Avery makes incredible animal sculptures from shattered CDs.
Nice organic paper sculptures by Swiss artist Valérie Buess.
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