The Self-Taught Sculptor Who Dreams Of Being The Modern Day Michelangelo

It's not hard to chisel away at a block of stone and make something that resembles a human form, but it takes a true master to create photorealistic sculptures in marble, a master who often begins their training at art school.

However, some incredibly gifted (and lucky) people are born with the skills of a master sculptor within them waiting to emerge, and after a few lessons and a little practice they can sculpt better than people who have spent years training.

A post shared by JAGO (@jago.artist) on Jan 10, 2018 at 4:31am PST

Jacopo Cardillo, aka Jago, is one of the lucky ones, and at just 30 years old this Italian sculptor dreams of being the next Michelangelo- and might actually live up to his dreams despite being virtually self-taught.

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