Trufabricator Magazine - Wood Sculpture
Feb 2023 issue #2
by Brice Frillici
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About the Book
The intricate attention to detail in each piece is notable.
But what truly sets this compilation apart is the creative photography that has been paired with each sculpture, enhancing the look and vibe of each work.
To understand this series is to know multiple aspects of its creation.
The theme of this issue is the discovery and celebration of the impossible. The artist draws inspiration from alien worlds and otherworldly beings, imbuing the sculptures with a sense of subtle wonder and magic.
The resulting pieces are blending form and function with the mystical.
These wooden sculptures defy reason and seem to come alive before your very eyes.
Whether you're a woodworker, an art enthusiast, a collector, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of the natural world, this issue is for you.
Let yourself be inspired by the impossible, and let Trufabricator Magazine be your guide to inspiration and beyond.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
- Additional Categories Fine Art Photography, Coffee Table Books
Project Option: US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm
# of Pages: 92
- Publish Date: Feb 01, 2023
- Language English
- Keywords design, aiart, photography, woodwork, scupture
About the Creator
The Music, Artwork & Special Effects of Sekdek compile a giant body of cross-genre multimedia content. Drawing inspiration from art history, cult films, controversial artists/musicians, and the ineffable quality of infinity and beyond. The work ranges from abstract frenetic fractured-together avant-garde graphic novel multiverses of illustrations to underground surrealist, expressionist, subversive, fantastical, phantasmagoric photography to doom noise opera to pop to experimental etc. “All washed in psychedelia, Brice Frillici's San Franciscan west-coast jams teeter the border between pop music and b-movie soundtracks” - NPR “Big hug” - Sir Olivier de Sagazan “Sekdek is the Cindy Sherman of mud” - Dan Mayer “Fantastic and a little bit gory” - High Fructose Magazine "SEKDEK are like GWAR groupies" - Rooney Van Halen