Sweet life and sweet death
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Australian artist Joseph Marr creates delicious sculptures of skulls and people by heating sugar to an extremely high temperature of 186 degrees Celsius. When the sugar begins to cool, the sculptor has only a few minutes to shape the skull - or human figure.
“Sugar is beautiful and amazing to work with, it's colorful and textured, a bit like paint,” says Marr. In his works, the sculptor works with the theme of death, love, passion and struggle.
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Source: Josephmarr.com / Facebook
Skull with apple taste.
Skull with cola flavor.
Skull with raspberry flavor.
Skull with strawberry flavor.
"Vania". This female sculpture is about overcoming difficulties in life.
"Together". 9-meter sculpture with the taste of cola. This work is about love.
“This is not an orgy, this is a love story. What do we want after sex? Cigarette? Or a close connection with a person - just lying next to.
"Passion is a trap."
This is a saying from Hindu Sufism.
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