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Paul Kasmin Gallery, Saint Clair Cemin’s Six

Saint Clair Cemin SIX World as Flow
World As Flow By Saint Clair Cemin

Brazilian Sculptor Saint Clair Cemin has six (of course) of his stunning, large scale outdoor sculptures on exhibit now at one of Paul Kasmin’s two locations in the Chelsea Gallery neighborhood.
Saint Clair Cemin Six And Then I Close My Eyes
And Then I Close My Eyes

Cemin’s sculptures are initially created to be viewed and enjoyed in an outdoor environment. Each one is very beautiful and has unique properties.

St Clair Cemin Epimetheus
Epimetheus

The sculpture above especially has a gorgeous iridescence that probably looks amazing in the sun.

St Clair Cemin Greece
Greece

St Clair Cemin Greece Detail
Greece (Detail)

Saint Clair Cemin: SIX will be on exhibit at Paul Kasmin Gallery, 515 W. 27th Street, New York through October 13, 2012.

Saint Clair Cemin Six Maman
Maman

Elvis Presley Pencil Lead Sculpture


“Thank You. Thank You Very Much”

Artist Dalton Ghetti carved this bust of Elvis from the graphite tip of a single pencil. See more of Dalton’s amazing miniature masterpieces at This Link.

Sick and Twisted Thing of the Day: Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers

living dead doll pencil topper

Too bad school is almost out, because school kids would be all over this shit. And who doesn’t love disembodied Doll Heads. I know I do. Mezco Toys has introduced a new line based on one of their most popular products – the Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers. Each topper is an accurate miniature recreation of your favorite Living Dead Dolls‘s head. Series one contains the disembodied heads of: Sybil, Schitzo and Sadie. Fits most common size pens and pencils (not included) and – for you completist collectors out there – each one is individually carded. My friend Debbie once had a Living Dead Doll made in her likeness and named after her. It was called Deadborah. Clever.