The Federico Carbajal Anatomical Architecture series of sculptures features models of various parts of the human body. What makes it so special? Each sculpture is developed in detail using galvanized wire, stainless steel and acrylic. The style of design used by Federico Carbajal was entitled "spatial sketching."
Usually human anatomy sculptures are made using materials that are fragile, but the use of the various metals truly captures the sturdy nature of the actual human bone structure -- not to mention it adds a completely modernistic appeal to artist's work. The Federico Carbajal Anatomical Architecture collection was influenced by older works of Alexander Calder and contemporary 3D media techniques. The idea behind spatial sketching revolves around creating pieces in a different dimension, exploring the various aspects of 3D representation and volume. This is a truly inspiring collection by Federico Carbajal.
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