Glass And Concrete Sculptures By Self-Taught Artist Ben Young – Design You Trust

Glass And Concrete Sculptures By Self-Taught Artist Ben Young

New Zealand born and Sydney based sculptor Ben Young, is a self-taught artist who has been making glass sculptures for over 10 years.

Inspired by landscapes of oceans and bodies of water, each of his pieces are hand drawn, hand cut and hand crafted, layer on layer to create the end product, and he doesn’t use any computer or high-tech machinery to help him.

More info: Ben Young, Instagram, Facebook, Behance (h/t: contemporist)

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