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Artist Uses His Imagination to Create Temporary Public Sculptures That Are Very Confusing

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Alex Chinneck is a British sculptor, who got his education from the Chelsea College of Art and is currently a trustee of the Royal British Society of sculptors. He is best known for creating temporary sculptures that look very real and confuse those who see them from up close. It is not uncommon for people who see his work through pictures to think that they are photoshopped images instead of sculptures. This is why the Guardian called the artist ”a master of architectural illusion”. Flopmee has shown Alex’s work once again here.

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Blood, sweat and tears of joy is the name of these hand-carved brooms.

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A bullet from a shooting star.

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Birth, death and a midlife crisis.

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Pick yourself up and pull yourself together.

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Take my lightning, but don’t steal my thunder.

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Take my lightning, but don’t steal my thunder.

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Six pins and half a dozen needles.

Most of Chinneck’s sculptures are featured in Greater London, with his most recent one being the upside down car that was located in Southbank Centre car park. For more of the artist’s work, you can visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

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