Motohiko Odani's Twisty Sculptures



Japanese artist Motohiko Odani makes gloriously fluid sculptures. I can't quite figure out what material he uses.

This unicorn sculpture lies at the center of an exhibit of his work called "Phantom Limb" at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. This Is Colossal has other photos from the show.

Link via Dude Craft | Artist's Website | Photo: Mori Art Museum

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Love the work! I am totally curious about the materials used for the girl and the unicorn. From the pic, it looks resinous but the face and arms of the girl are so skin~like that its hard to figure it being resin. (plastic)
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Whoa. Awesome sculptures. It may be a total coincidence but the photo above looks like the main character and his horse from the classic PS2 video game Shadow of the Colossus. Anyone else know what I'm talking about? And the website is called This is Colossal. Anyone? God, I'm such a nerd sometimes...
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