As a combination of found objects and authentic creations, these Paolo Fumagalli sculptures suggest an eye for engaging art. The Florence-based industrial designer uses a variety of different media and forms it in unpredictable ways to produce this truly unique body of work.
Giving enlarged eyes or tongues to crustaceans is just one way that the designer brings humor into his oeuvre. Exploring combinations of the living, the dead, the natural and the unnatural, the Paolo Fumagalli sculptures become quite animated art objects.
The Paolo Fumagalli Sculptures Give the Senses New Life
Amelia Roblin — October 10, 2010 — Art & Design
References: paolo-fumagalli & trendland.net