Beautiful feather sculptures by Kate MccGwire. London.
this is so so so so stunning
We’ve seen her before, haven’t we? Still amazing, though.
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I love these!
Amazing work. I love that there is a bit of sorrow to it.
This is so amazing, I love it!
woooahhh that’s beautiful!
fascinating and stunning work!
they are so beautiful i can’t even wrap my brain around it.
Holy smokes this is unreal.
Thanks for sharing! SO BEAUTIFUL!
these things are amazing! Where does she get all those feathers from?
wow! I’d love to see this in the gallery! Looks amazing!
Crap this is scary, i thought it was really a goose or something. Great find.
Quite amazing indeed!
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I actually find these quite creepy. The feathers really resemble snake scales. Major points for originality and execution.
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love the fluidity of the feathers…
Great work! I like it a lot!
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