His sculptures are one-of-a-kind, creative, and literally impelling.
Meet James Doran-Webb, a British artist based in the island of Cebu, Philippines. He creates sculptures of moving animal anatomies – giving details to their muscles, sinews, and feathers. He gives life to his crafts with the use of driftwood pieces.
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Doran-Webb usually sketch a picture of his craft and his assistants create a stainless steel frame to where the major wooden pieces will be attached. A second layer will then be added to give details to the sculpture.
Doran-Webb started creating furniture in the year 2000 and eventually ventured into artistic sculpture, mostly outdoor crafts. He also has collections of indoor pieces.
His work has been exhibited all across the globe.
Watch his unique art in this amazing time-lapse video
Also watch James Doran-Webb’s profile video below
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