17 April 2015

Quirky Plasticine-Made Portraits Of Fashionable New Yorkers

Wilfrid Wood, a sculptor based in East London, has collaborated with The New Yorker for its latest Style issue, where he build realistic portraits that capture fashionable New Yorkers and their eclecticism in plasticine.

Using the medium of clay, he creates sculptures of popular apparel and accessories favored by fashion-conscious New Yorkers, including slouchy hoodies, brightly colored scarves and quirky hair-dos.

Check out some of his work from this collaboration below, and more here.

[via Creative Review]