Stealing the moon with polymer

Barabaccio on PCDaily

Think you’ve exhausted ideas for extruding? Take a look at how Virginia illustrator Joseph Barabaccia turns spaghetti-sized strands of polymer into portraits and scenes like this Raven Steals the Moon.

You can zoom in for a closer look at his tightly packed drawings on his Saatchi Art pages and follow him on Twitter and Behance.

The raven piece was Joseph’s entry into the 2016 Niche Awards where he joins Wiwat Kamolpornwijit, Doreen Gay Kassel and Christi Friesen as a finalist in the polymer category. Emily Squires Levine is a finalist in the basket category.

Start your week with unusual and intense award-winning works.




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  • reply SandrA ,

    Amazing art congratulation for your incredible talent.

    • reply Sherry ,


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