Science sculptures – art by Steve Tobin

Written by: Captain Skellett // April 21st, 2011 // Science Art

I recently stumbled upon these stunning sculptures by Steve Tobin. Drawing inspiration from nature, it’s a brilliant example of the intersection between art and science.

Waterglass

Waterglass - A frozen waterfall made from thousands of strands glass fibres.

Syntax

Syntax - Bronze letters and numbers welded together.

Syntax Zoom

In fact there are several spheres nested inside each other, each separated by a four inch gap.

Bones

Bones - A wall of bronze bones which reaches up like the crest of a wave.

Steel Roots

Steel Roots

Visit Steve Tobin’s online gallery.

Captain Skellett

I be Captain Skellett. Me blog started in April 2009 when I was working full time and didn’t get a chance to talk science. Now I have changed jobs and talk science all the time, but that doesn’t stop me blogging. More About Captain Skellett   Google

   

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