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May 20, 2014 AT 12:30 am

Creepy and cool medical diagram style sculptures #ArtTuesday

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Heads is a series of found object sculptures that husband and wife team Edwige Massart and Xavier Wynn have collaborated on over the past year. They are explorations in identity and personality; surrealist portraits inspired by medical imagery and created using found objects. All heads are approximately 8” x 11” x .375” each. They are made using found objects, polyform clay, acrylic paints, gold/silver/bronze gilding, and resin.

Check out the full collection on their website.

You can also find them on tumblr here and here.

See more here.

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