Dan Webb Carves Realistic Works That Appear Soft and Fluid

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 1, 2012 • References: danwebb.squarespace &
Dan Webb creates stunning sculptures out of wood. Although he takes no pains to hide the reality of his material to his audience, people will still question his chosen medium. That is because Dan Webb has mastered the ability to carve objects often known for their malleability into the wood's surface. From pressed cotton pillows to deflated rubber masks and inflated heart-shaped balloons, everything he creates is so lifelike, except for the fact that they have hard wooden planes.

Based in Seattle, Washington, Dan Webb's impressive collection of wood sculptures will have people wanting to run their fingers over every bend, crease and fold of each piece in order to satisfy their curiosity and their doubts. Stats for Deceptively Malleable Wood Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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