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Artist, sculptor, extraordinaire Jamie Salmon debuts his latest work entitled, “Fist”.

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Sculptclub.com exclusive premier of Jamie Salmons latest work, “FIST”.

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Jamie Salmon is an established artist that has gained much public recognition for his amazing hyper-realistic sculptural work’s that brings to bear incredible sculpting skill and calls upon the most current materials and techniques to capture staggering likenesses and realism to captivate the viewer and amaze them with the staggering final results.

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Meet the man behind your favorite film Superheroes and Villains

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(One of Ironhead Studios many creations. The amazing costume and sculpture work created for Loki in the film “Thor”)

 

Ironhead Studio’s Iconic Specialty Costume’s and Sculptures for Film

[Ironhead Studio] is  well known in the entertainment industry for their high-end specialty costume work on mega-blockbuster films. Their unique approach, style, and attention to detail have become the trademarks that keep Studios coming back. They are the very definition of the apogee of style and technology available in the Specialty Costume industry and their recommendations by Directors and Producers abound.

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Beasts of the Mechanical Wild

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Make no mistake, Pierre Matter’s work is not Steam Punk.  Despite the cogs and gears, pistons and pumps, these are not the mechanized beasts of a mythical, steam driven era.  Integrated circuits, fluted  cables and wire networks offer proof that Pierre is focused on the future, yet deeply rooted in the now.  These are cautionary creatures, the work of a man profoundly concerned about the extravagances of our time.  Admittedly influenced by the worlds of Giger, Jodorowsky, Jules Verne, and TinTin, Pierre Matter draws inspiration from the “conflict between science and nature that could destroy the biosphere, or perhaps save it.”

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Festival Dragon

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Ptolemy Elrington’s creatures speak for themselves—they are stunning assemblies, intricately detailed.  But Ptolemy’s choice of materials is equally remarkable.  His dragons and dragonflies, fish and fowl  are, for the most  part, made from hubcaps!  “All the hubcaps,” he states, “are found, usually on the side of the road, and therefore bear the scars of their previous lives in the form of scratches and abrasions. I believe these marks add texture and history to the creatures they decorate, and so choose not to fill, overpaint or alter them in any way.” Read More