The Sculptures of Tobias Putrih are Conceptually Creative

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Oct 15, 2010   Updated: Aug 22 2011 • References: artnet & booooooom
Tobias Putrih is a Slovenian sculptor whose work is abstract but very structured. A careful eye for shapes meets a wild imagination within the work of Tobias Putrih, making for fascinating installations that are great to contemplate.

From cubist cave confines to boxy bridges, the works of Tobias Putrih often features structured shapes as a medium. Check out the featured gallery to get a peek inside the creative mind of Tobias Putrih.

Implications - As the Internet brings the world's citizens closer and closer together, the concept of what is considered "creative" is changing. Essentially, any idea can be easily put into fruition and shared instantaneously, prompting artists and corporations to think in a more abstract manner than once before. This has resulted in an array of art, products and architecture bearing eccentric aesthetics. Stats for Abstract Cubist Caves Trending: Older & Average
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