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Skeletal sculptures made with tea, coffee, canvas, and wood

Photographer Ben Greener has created detailed and intricate anatomical sculptures using only items such as wood and canvas, which was dyed in coffee and tea. His series My Feet, which is about, uhhm feet, won the Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture back in 2012.

The UK-based artist says his skillset and attention to details comes from influences like Picasso, Egon Schiele, genetics and quantum theory, and literature & music. You can see more of his works on his website.

Via Junk Culture

Ben Greener anatomical sculptures
Ben Greener anatomical sculptures
Ben Greener anatomical sculptures
Ben Greener anatomical sculptures
Ben Greener anatomical sculptures

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