Posts Tagged ‘taxidermy’

Pim Palsgraaf

Written by Marica on . Posted in art, sculpture

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Multiscape series by Pim Palsgraaf

“[…] In the Multiscape series, Palsgraaf examines the effects of architectural urban expansion through sculptural forms. The invasive qualities of this growth is apparent in his embedding of cityscapes into taxidermic animals. In this series, the often combative relationship between nature and culture is explored and even questioned by viewer as the tumorous city seems to overcome the animal and bring it to its knees […] (read more on anti utopias)”

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Les Deux Garçons

Written by Carlotta on . Posted in art, sculpture, toys

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Both Michel Vanderheijden van Tinteren and Roel Moonen graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts in Maastricht in plastic design. That is also where they met. The duo, who live in Landgraaf, have worked together since 2000 by the name of Atelier Les Deux Garçons.

Les Deux Garçons’ field of activity is quite wide. Always striving for perfection in the choice of material and finishing, they make collages, paintings, bronze statues, free-style assemblages and, very prominent, sculptures of taxidermy (stuffed animals).

[via taxidermy-in-art]