Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre carves beautifully macabre anatomical sculptures out of wood, books, instruments, and other found materials. via Hi-Fructose & Inspire Me Now
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“Outliers (Trace)” by Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre is a series of shoes that have been modified to leave realistic animal footprints. Lasserre has been using the shoes to leave animal tracks in cities in Canada and America since 2011. We recently posted about Lasserre’s wonderful carved anatomical sculptures.
Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre (see previously) created these menacing weaponized object sculptures back in 2013. The sculptures are inspired by his experiences in Afghanistan while taking part in the Canadian Forces Artists Program in 2010. The series includes “Overture,” a playable violin on a machine gun-style armored tripod, and “SAFE,” a thoroughly intimidating “up-armored” 1940s-era…
Artist Maskull Lasserre (see previously) has created a wonderful new sculpture series in which he carves existing statuettes to reveal the skeletons hidden underneath their exteriors. photos via Maskull Lasserre via Design Milk, Colossal
“Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II)” is a sculpture of a human skull that is carved into a stack of old software manuals. The sculpture is by Canadian artist Muskull Lasserre—we recently wrote about his wonderful animal footprint shoes and anatomical carvings. via Colossal