Posted by marc April 19, 2016
Dan Lam Art

Is this the real world, or is this Metroid? Dan Lam uses polyfoam to create the gloopy base, letting gravity take care of some of the shaping. She then coats the dried sculpture in paint and addes spikes, often creating gradients in the process. Since these are giant and handmade, they're likely not going to be in many people's homes. But if Lam were to mass produce these in vinyl, I could see these hanging off the edge of shelves all over the place!

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