Rope Sculptures by Mozart Guerra (Picture Gallery)

Bizarre, Fun Pic, Pop Culture — By Dave on 2011/09/03 6:40 PM

Mozart Guerra, a Brazilian born, Paris-based artist makes trippy sculptures using nylon rope and styrofoam.

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

Mozart Guerra’s Rope Sculptures

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  • http://www.designswan.com/archives/unusual-3d-rope-sculptures-by-mozart-guerra.html Unusual 3D Rope Sculptures by Mozart Guerra – DesignSwan.com

    [...] It’s hard not to be impressed by Mozart Guerra’s artistic sculptures as long as you realize they are created using rope that has been strategically wound over expansive foam. Brazilian-born, Paris-stationed artist Mozart Guerra worked as a set designer for theater, cinema, and TV in Brazil while developing his skill as a sculptor. Using nylon rope and Styrofoam, he builds surrealistic sculptures of candy-striped skulls, smoking monkeys, and geisha. Funky, modern and full of quirky qualities, Mozart Guerra’s work is unlike anything we would see regularly. A few choice selections below, be sure to view his extensive gallery of work at his website. [source] [...]

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