07.01.11 by Jeff

Sonja Vordermaier

Sculptures by Sonja Vordermaier. Hamburg, Germany.

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

artist sculptures sonja vordermaier

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Magda

    These look sweet!

  • loving these so much amazing!

  • amazing…

  • Looks like Superman is gonna bust outta there!

  • shannan

    installation pieces make great inspiration for painting

    http://thefoxeandthefawn.blogspot.com/

  • Alex

    absolutely beautiful

  • Brianna

    I wonder what materials were used in these. They look stunning!

  • David

    what material is used in the matte black objects?!?!

  • Steve

    I am also curious as to what material is used for the large matte black sculptures. How does one even construct something so grand?

  • Austin

    wow that’s freaking amazing! :O

  • Behnam Safuri

    wow :|





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