Carved Pencil Sculptures

Lionel Bawden creates fluid sculptures from hexagonal Staedtler pencils and epoxy. They look like polished desert stones or a reptilian skin. Transforming everyday materials into landscapes and ambiguous forms brings to mind Guy Laramée’s book carvings.

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Original Article: STAEDTLER PENCIL SCULPTURES BY LIONEL BAWDEN in Juxatpoz Magazine

2 thoughts on “Carved Pencil Sculptures”

  1. Using pencils to create these pieces is like using particles to engender matter. From the simple to the complex. Though these sculptures are rather amorphous, their undulations are familiar, say nature-like.
    Anyway, great work! Thanks for posting.

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