Anatomical Sculptures Made from Wood, Tea and Coffee by Ben Greener

Skull & spine (detail). Wood & thread. (25x100x30). 2012 ©Ben Greener
“Heavily detailed anatomically accurate representations of the human form, that aim to lift the subject matter from mere representation to denote deeper meanings. The skeleton is the core of ones body, and I use that as a basis to describe each line and contour in the most aesthetically interesting way possible. I hope that my work provokes an almost spiritual response in the viewer.”

Ben Greener

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My Feet. 30x15x30. Wood, canvas, tea & coffee. 2012 ©Ben Greener

My hands. 2012. 40x15x40. Wood & thread.

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2 Responses to Anatomical Sculptures Made from Wood, Tea and Coffee by Ben Greener

  1. This is truly incredible!

  2. Reblogged this on The Teapress and commented:
    A truly incredible rendition of anatomical structures with only wood, tea and coffee.

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