Spirals and Loops Twist Through Wooden Sculptures by Xavier Puente Vilardell
One year ago - By Colossal
All images © Xavier Puente Vilardell
Xavier Puente Vilardell transforms blocks of coffee-colored wood into eye-catching sculptural forms, some of which resemble architectural structures and other natural forms shaped by wind, rain, and the sea's turbulent waves. The Brussels-based artist uses pinewood, a malleable material that enables him to make precise and curved structural forms.
In a series of Youtube videos , Vilardell shows his virtual visitors around his studio, which features various axes mounted on the wall and a pile of wooden logs, a raw material from which he crafts his...
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