22.09.11 by Jeff

Etienne Gros

“Les Mousses”, sculptures by Etienne Gros.

Sculptures by artist etienne gros

Sculptures by artist etienne gros

Sculptures by artist etienne gros

Sculptures by artist etienne gros

Sculptures by artist etienne gros

via: today and tomorrow

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

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  • http://www.lukasdesimone@gmail.com Luke


  • kat

    this may be the most inspiring sculpture series i’ve seen on here! love it!

  • http://lightmusic.bandcamp.com/album/demo Stephen K

    horny foam

  • sage

    These are so fleshy and sexy. Awesome.

  • lapetitefaon

    whoa! fleshy was the right word! great!

  • http://deptm2.com mike m

    nicely done.

  • http://prepsicopata.blogspot.com ana julia

    ok, i loved it.

  • http://nacidosdeuncafe.blogspot.com Andrea Muñoz

    ¡Wow! I’m impressed.

  • Susie Yang

    I want to squish them and then sleep on them.

  • m


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  • Michael

    post-koonsian depiction of the figure

    – artforum

  • http://camp-discovery.blogspot.com defuca


  • http://hot-diggity-diggity-dog.tumblr.com Jesse Wilcox

    wow this is really interesting!

  • http://viiaan.tumblr.com viiaan


  • http://rus-demotivator.ru/ hehe

    cool ))

  • http://www.newartlessons.com Allycia Uccello

    Very original use of material and surprisingly sensual sculpture!

  • alinazarzar

    Loooooooveee those!!! Great!

  • vahid


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