Artist Nick Ervinck's computer-generated sculptures look like they came from outer space, and that's probably because Ervinck didn't rely on the old-fashioned methods of contemporary sculpting to make them. Instead, Everinck infused the tools of the digital realm with traditional sculpting techniques to make these wild, undefinable sculptures a reality.
Ervinck's creations are renowned because of his unique crafting technique that sees him combining the powers of cross-platform media like architecture, 3D printing and digital technology in order to give shape to these wild and vibrant molds.
Nick Ervinck's computer-generated sculptures are revolutionary because before the advent of computer technology, it would have been impossible for this artist to actually make these larger-than-life monuments.
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Provocative 3D-Drawn Sculptures
Seemingly Huge Stiletto Sculptures
Coated 3D Structures
Expansive Nest-Like Sculptures
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