• Foliage Sprouts from Four Imaginative Clay Illustrations by Irma Gruenholz

    5 monthes ago - By Colossal

    All images © Irma Gruenholz, shared with permission
    It's easy to mistake Irma Gruenholz 's whimsical ceramic figures for two-dimensional illustrations. The Madrid-based artist is known for her sculptures and still lifes in clay that resemble flat graphics and drawings, although her works require precise positioning and photographing before they're printed in the pages of a magazine or children's book.
    In addition to working on commissions for major publications and brands in the last few years, Gruenholz's most recent projects include four imaginative figures tattooed with foliage and...
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