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Strange and lovely in equal measure, these two-legged fish represent themes of migration.
This Adelaide lass sculpts dismembered body parts with such precision that they truly seem to have come to life.
These laser-cut wood assemblages are all sorts of joyful.
Look, touch, but whatever you do, don't try and bite into it.
“You have to get to know the right people – it opens doors.”
This artist accidentally smashed a pretty plate. Then she tuned it into even prettier art.
Honour your kitty with a custom-made sculpture of them. It’s only right.
This woolly doodad can be used as a bright and interesting paperweight, or just as a nifty bit of art to decorate your shelves.
Australian lady Katie Eraser uses squiggly shapes and bold colours to create super-fun paintings and sculptures.
Heel your sole with these soft sneaker sculptures.
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