Chewing Gum Sculptures

Wednesday, January 16, 2008


The works of Italian artist Maurizio Savina. View More
Italian artist Maurizio Savini has distinguished himself by using a very unusual material for his sculptures: pink chewing gum. Here are some of his works.












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23 comentarii:

K said...

This is realy good, im glad it was posted! really talented artist to create such amazing sculptures from a creative material

Cheers

xco said...

Thanks

AdO said...

very delicious !

COODOO said...

Wow it's little bit creepy... Yeah, I like it.

Anonymous said...

i know another artist which work with chewing-gum.
look at it :
www.guichou.com

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Anonymous said...

It's needed patience and a lot of gum....

lucky

Anonymous said...

his jaws must be aching

smoke juice said...

Darn, I thought it was going to be chewed chewing gum. Now that would've been something. This is pretty darn weird too.

Anonymous said...

for the people who say this is weird or creepy, you clearly don't understand the forms and beauty of art. Therefore you don't have a say for this most talented artist, for someone to go to great detail and time is by far the most amazing artist i've come across. These would be the most interesting sculptures i've ever seen and all used from a creative material, well done.

Anonymous said...

thats brilliant how people can do that

my hat is off to you artist out there (and yes, i'm wearing a hat right now :D)

piatenko said...

delicious - recycle your juices ;*

Anonymous said...

I think you'll find it's bubble gum.

Anonymous said...

you people have too much time on your hands

Anonymous said...

It is beautiful and tasty too.

Anonymous said...

That display room must have had that awesome smell of stale bubble gum. Hooray for having too much time on our hands.

chandra said...

This is serious eye candy! am printing them now..cheers!
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ForwardEarth said...

Or you could use clay.

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Crazy! It's interesting how the sculpture materials are changing. I think that is easier make a chewing gum sculpture than a metal one...isn't it?

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