A very picky chinese farmer who had a bout of genius decided that pears were boring.. tasty but very boring and uninteresting. As any modern day picasso or brilliant person does he decide to go against his mother’s words and play with his food. Setting out to create a buddha pear by encasing the young pears in molds while they’re still on the tree.As they grow they have no choice but to take the shape of the spiritual figure. Buddha pears are sold in china, but the farmer plans to spread the love worldwide.
Morgan Herrin transforms the most humble material laminated construction, into spectacularly detailed figurative sculptures. His choice of imagery is surreal: a noble 15th century knight melts into a network of dripping stalagmites or a classical marble bust that is overgrown with parasitic sea creatures..
Also known as Subblue, Tom Beddard is an English artist fascinated by the aesthetics and complexity of fractal figures, with rendering obtained in 3D. The result is “Fabergé Fractals”, beautiful and strange images and also a video that are to be discovered in the future.
I think I would enjoy touching something like that. Please enter via 3D print, please?