Tears in Rain

Long-time SF resident. Lover of good movies, good food, good drink, and other good things. Mild mannered IT drone by day, multi-talented musician, actor, connoisseur by night. Well, mostly ;-)


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Czech artist Monika Horčicová creates awesomely intricate and macabre sculptures of models of human bones that she fabricates using both cast polyester resin and 3D-printing.

The spectacular piece pictured at the top of this post was created in 2012 for Horčicová’s Bachelor thesis. Entitled Wheel of Life, it’s a 3D-printed sculpture made of 58 polyurethane resin legs and feet forming a wheel that depicts a “never-ending series of forward steps.”

Head over to Monika Horčicová ‘s website to check out more of her fantastically freaky skeletal sculptures.

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