Artist Philippe Guillerm has brought the violin to life. Although these musical instruments can be described as lively, it is more often than not the music that they produce that is so. Instead of focusing on the music, Philippe Guillerm focuses on their physical form.
From affectionate violins to violent violins, Philippe Guillerm carves playful sculptures that look like they were inspired by freeze frames from a Disney movie. As though inspired by the emotions the violin's music inspires in others, his sculptures personify happiness, love and even hate. Despite the range of feelings each of Philippe Guillerm's sculptures touches upon, they will all bring a smile to people's faces. Especially because, in the end, each artwork has a mischievous undertone that is simply adorable.
Philippe Guillerm Breathes Playful Life into the Musical Instrument
1. Anamorphic Violin Sculptures - Philippe Guillerm breathes life into the violin by creating playful sculptures.
2. Playful Sculptures - Artists explore the potential of sculpture to convey emotions and evoke a positive response.
3. Sculpture as Emotional Expression - Artists explore the use of sculpture to personify emotions like happiness, love, and hate.
1. Art and Sculpture - Artists and sculptors can find opportunities in creating playful and expressive sculptures like Philippe Guillerm's anamorphic violin sculptures.
2. Music and Instrument Design - Innovators in the music industry can explore new avenues by combining instrument design with artistic expressions, similar to Philippe Guillerm's unique approach.
3. Entertainment and Animation - The playful and Disney-inspired essence of Philippe Guillerm's sculptures can inspire animators and entertainment professionals to create captivating characters and storylines.