(Pics) Pixelated Sculptures: Making 2D 3D

(Pics) Pixelated Sculptures: Making 2D 3D

Shawn Smith explores the role of pixels in the identity of objects with his creations.

Naresh Kumar
  • 18 june 2010

Texas-based artist Shawn Smith creates 3D sculptures that look like pixelated images. He cuts plywood into small cubes, colors them and glues them together to design his work, which mostly portrays natural forms such as animals. Shawn uses man-made composite and recycled materials to create his art objects.

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