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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Pencil Sculptures


South African-born, Massachusetts-based artist, Jennifer Maestre is known for her unique pencil sculptures which are reminiscent of anemones, sea urchins and starfish.








16 comments:

  1. What happens to all the erasers???

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  2. Those are the freakiest things I've ever seen LOL.
    Thanks Bestest Buddie!

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  3. THAT's where all the sharpened pencils go!? Amazing work.

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  4. I love the starfish, those are so cool!

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  5. Those would be really dangerous in my home. I can see the boys now using it as a weapon of some sort. Makes me shudder to even think about!

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  6. Oh cool! It's like porcupine, coral, and a puffer fish all in one! LOL!

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  7. I love the second one and last one the most. I wonder how long it takes for her to make one of those.

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  8. Very unique and interesting.

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  9. Is she looking for a pencil sharpening assistant. I could do that! Cool stuff.

    I'm new to you blog. Nice to met you. I'll be back again soon!

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  10. Cool! They all remind me of "langka" (jackfruit)

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  11. These are gorgeous! Who would've thought that pencils would be just the right medium to represent these spiny creatures!

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  12. oh wow talk about work of art... hmmm, I wondered what happend to the ends of the pencils? (thinking)



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  13. I had to look twice at these, art sure is made of anything!

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