Artist Alasdair Thomson certainly has a way with marble. The Edinburgh-based sculptor’s body of work is one built around hyperreal recreations of clothing and accessories. Check some of his pieces out above.
Wrought from carrara marble, his pieces aim to “capture the gracefulness of flowing fabric,” a tenet of his aesthetic perhaps best exemplified in his series “The Identity Collection.” Other highlights in his oeuvre include a study of the Chanel No. 5 bottle and – most recently – a stunning pair of Nike Air Max 1’s.
For more info, visit Thomson’s website.
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