These Metal Models by Martin Senn Evoke a Free-Flowing Movement

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 13, 2013 • References: walltowatch & waveavenue
From retro office accessories to cameras and motorcycle vehicles, these playful wireframe structures by German artist Martin Senn evoke a strong sense of movement and visual freedom.

These free-flowing sculptural pieces are crafted out of metal wire but resemble expressive sketches instead of three dimensional creations. Gaining inspiration from the past, sculpture artist Martin Senn depicts iconic moments in time through out of date objects such as a rotary telephone, a 60s era typewriter and an antique camera.

In addition to these objects the artist also recreates a vintage train locomotive and motorcycle in his expressive art series. Though complex in both its structure and design, these organic art pieces exude and effortlessly eary aesthetic that resembles the stroke of ink on paper. Stats for Mannerist Wireframe Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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