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Issac Cordal, "Cement Eclipses." The miniature dioramas-often depicted in a charmingly bleak way-are an ongoing commentary on members of contemporary society blindly subscribing to regimented existence. Often featuring recognizable mass cultural items or activities-such as a shopping cart, televisions or the act of marriage-the little people are a sculptural metaphor reflecting on a civilization highly urbanized and homogenized.

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Cement Eclipses – Le Street Art miniature de Isaac Cordal

cement sculptures, by Isaac Cordal

He places the sculpture in public places and then photographs them, often leaving them behind to be discovered by an unexpecting passerby.

Street Art by DMC in Dublin, Ireland

DMC (Dermot McConaghy) is an Irish Street Artist who loves painting girls and skulls. DMC, who has created a number of murals in Dublin and other cities in Ireland, has a fascinating style and undoubtedly an eye for decorating the urban environment.

Isaac Cordal

Les petits personnages d'Isaac Cordal

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Subversive Miniature Scenes by Isaac Cordal – Fubiz Media

Subversive Miniature Scenes by Isaac Cordal

Artist Isaac Cordal imagines small miniature sculptures in order to provoke or question about our society. He presented his latest creations during an exhibitio

Artist: Isaac CORDAL

“cement eclipses” series by isaac cordal