The life-sized sculptures featuring both figures in motion and at rest are created by English artist Richard Stainthorp. Stainthorp has created these alluring artworks for almost 20 years. The sculptures he created don’t have any facial features, but through their body language, we understand their emotions. It is quite impressive that Stainthorp articulates all of this through something as ubiquitous as wire is incredible.
Korea-based artist Seung Mo Park creates astonishingly crafted figurative sculptures by meticulously wrapping wire on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the artist’s Human series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body. Upon close inspection, one can see just how tightly and uniformly the wires are composed, reflecting the time-consuming effort put into each piece. Like the rings of a tree, the wire designs offer a visual sense of time and texture.
For most of us, fairies only exist in our imagination. However, UK based artist Robin Wight manage to bring them into our real life by creating enchanting and dynamic fairy sculptures that seem to dance in or struggle against the wind. If you wonder how Wight actually create those amazing sculptures, you can find great detail about how each piece is built on his website. If you like those fairies and want to have one in your garden, you can contact Wight on his site. And if you want to crest your own fairies, Wight also sells starter kits through his website with instructions.
Below incredibly detailed crafted figurative sculptures are created by Korean artist Seung Mo Park carefully wrapping aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. Each sculpture of Park’s presents a remarkable attention to the delicate form of the human body as well as the naturally flowing condition of draped garments. The pleats and seams in clothing pop to life; Eyes, ears, and noses are realistically recreated. From those tightly and uniformly composed wire, you can easily imagine how much effort is need to put into each piece.