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This artist stacks wood chopsticks to create faces with impressive details

The wood is a material fascinating which can be diverted in many ways. And it's not Gil Bruvel who will come to tell you the opposite. Born in AustraliaIt was at the age of nine that this fascinating artist made the discovery of sculpture. He lives in la France For 40 years and what we notice at first, is that his talent is improving year after year.

His favorite brand: to reproduce faces extremely realistic using only chopsticks of wood colored. After a long time exploring stainless steel, Gil Bruvel seems to have returned to his first love and today explores in the best way his passion for wood.

In concrete terms, it stacks chopsticks of wood to create faces pixilated and paradoxically very realistic. All the work is played on this stack of wooden rods of different lengths that can bring this effect of depth faces designed by the artist. Careful work that has been exposed in the context of THE Art Show from January 23 to 27, 2019.

We let you discover below in the most beautiful pictures "Woody faces" imagined by the artist Gil Bruvel. You can also visit his portfolio to learn more about the artist and his universe.

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Credits: Gil Bruvel

Imagined by: Gil Bruvel

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