Adelaide, Australia-based artist Joshua Smith constructs a miniature version of a dilapidated building, down to the finest detail. See more images below.
Japanese artist Haroshi latest series of sculptures, carved from blocks made of old skateboard decks, plays on the toy-obsessed collector culture of Japan. Click here for previous posts of Haroshi’s work. See more images from “Guzo” below or on display at Nanzuka Gallery in Tokyo from April 22 – June 10.
Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han creates incredible figurative sculptures that appear to be dissolving into a field of pixels. Approaching each piece like a puzzle, Han carefully plans through sketches and clay models before the final wood segments are carved. See more images below.
Love this series! New York-based artist Douglas Goldberg covers everyday objects beneath drape-like coverings sculpted from stone. Each of the concealed items, ranging from night-lights to a pill bottle, symbolize one of Goldberg’s personal fears. See more images from “Shroud” below or on display at Ulterior Gallery until February 26th.
New work by photographer and sculpture artist Thomas Albdorf from Vienna, Austria (click here for previous posts). Inspired by the popularity of Yosemite National Park, “General View” explores the phenomenon of traveling to a place that’s been so highly photographed it feels like you’ve already been there. See more purposefully glitchy and blurred images below or on display at Deli Gallery in New York City until March 5th.