18.03.11 by Jeff

Livia Marin

“Broken Things”, sculptures by Livia Marin. London.

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artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things

artist sculptures livia marin broken things













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



  • http://heyitsalexp.com heyitsAlexP

    This concept is awesome and really well executed. I love the melting teacups!

  • http://www.flickr.com/bastiencest Seba

    Amazing!!

  • Lea

    i love the first ones.they don’t break in sharp pieces but flow softly away.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      ya those are my favourite as well – she has since made more work like this too

  • http://andrewluk.wordpress.com/ Andrew

    incredible concept! think of all the things it could be applied to

  • http://nobrusco1.blogspot.com/ Alexandre

    Very good work. Sensitive and delicate..

  • http://www.birdbee.be birdbee

    the melted cups are amazing…
    it’s like the cup spilled itself

  • Samantha

    Are these specific prints or did you come up with them on your own? They look fantasic!

  • tess

    i love this!!!!!

  • http://www.mattiaskall.se Mattias

    Really nice! Love the concept.

  • http://www.iamcaty.com Caty

    wow, love the the ones that have been “spilled out” 😀

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  • JULIO ALFONZO

    Amazing!

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  • http://KHUMA.MUZU.OVER-BLOG.COM. Khuma Müzü

    C’est excellent ce que vous faites, quelle créativité !!Beau travail





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