Sculptures and installations by Robbie Rowlands. Melbourne, Australia.
Very cool concept.
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The installations are awesome! I love how they literally deconstruct the space/object.
brilliant stuff reminds me of the robits from laputa
They just get better and better the more you scroll down! Great work
This is such a cool and unique idea, I have never seen something like this before. I love how the wood is sliced to be able to make really smooth shapes. The wooden floor, walls, chairs and tree have to be my favourites. The make such elegant shapes, I love the peeling effect.
Woah, how, what? I don’t even- Amazing!
I like it! The idea is great but the realization is also. My favorite is the white chair, it’s very dynamic.
1 word: unique!
wow… the trees are amazing!
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Very nice Matta-Clark-esque work!
very very cool
Wow. These images would make fantastic album covers. Too bad no one pays much attention to that anymore. Check out the new Jane’s Addiction album cover – and Jane’s used to be known for the art on it’s album covers. (http://shar.es/HrfzN) Looking at it though, it gives me a sort of nostalgia for something that I never had or was aware of before. Wish one of them would be seen as much as that crappy new cover they have will be.
These are amazing!
makes you feel like there might be hidden life in these things
the world is nothing but a cut-out…
These are soo awesome! I love the one with the cut up tree and especially the crosses.
WOW! wonderful concept!
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