31.03.11 by Jeff

Laurent Craste

Sculptures by Laurent Craste.

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste

sculptures by artist laurent craste













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



  • really cool! I wonder how she fires these and gets them to hold the shape.

    • Ark

      not sure but i would guess he/she made the impression first-removed the tool- then fired- then put the tool back. just a guess though.

  • nice… what an awesome idea!

  • I’m strangely aroused.

  • really great !

  • GL

    I hope you don’t mind if I use this on my blog. This is just amazing. I giving full credit to this website. I love it in here.

  • Clue….anyone?

  • Woah, these are really cool.

  • Lea

    I love the destructive energy of these sculptures.

  • Aura

    This is really cool but what is it made of?

    • lo

      It’s a ceramist based in Montreal, Canada. These are made of clay.

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  • What a beautifull exploration of destruction!

  • Ben

    amazing I like what you have done this is true artwork

  • bethan stanley

    its made from porcelain





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