21.03.11 by Jeff

Tony Cragg

Sculptures by Tony Cragg.

artist sculptures tony cragg

artist sculptures tony cragg

artist sculptures tony cragg

artist sculptures tony cragg













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



  • The second to last reminds me of melting chocolate.

  • There’s something disturbing about them.

  • jobo5

    saw the sculptures in Salzburg, Austria. It was absolutely amazing!!!

  • Emily Lean

    The first looks like a stretched face/skin and second a sphinx and face. I like the effect of movement they all have.

  • timmy weber

    what medium are these?

  • reminds me of a glitchy tv set





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