Jennifer Maestre

Jennifer Maestre (born 1959 in Johannesburg, South Africa) is a Massachusetts-based artist, internationally known for her unique pencil sculptures. She derives most of her inspiration from the form and texture of the sea urchin. To make the pencil.

Ladies cooking in the tent... By Ara Güler

Ladies cooking in the tent. By Ara Güler

Jennifer Maestre sculpture

I would never imagine sculptures made of pencils but here they are! The most unusual sculptures I’ve ever seen! Artist Jennifer Maestre makes these unreal

Ara Guler TURKEY. A little girl eating a 'Simit' round piece of bread covered in sesame seeds, in the courtyard of a mosque at Unkapani on the Golden Horn

L'enfant et le pain. Little girl eating a Simit (round piece of bread covered with sesame seeds), Turkey, 1956 - Ara Güler

Jennifer Maestre's super cool sculptures, made from colored pencils

Amazing Pencil Artwork - These are some very creative models created out of pencils! To make the pencil sculptures, I take hundreds of pencils, cut them into sections, drill a hole in each section, sharpen them all and sew them together

Balık Ekmek (Ara Güler, Istanbul) #istanlook

Open-air fish restaurants on the Eminönü shore of the Golden Horn, 1965 Photograph: Ara Guler

Çirozcu Kız / Poyraz - 1950 Fotoğraf : Ara Güler National Geographic arşivi

Çirozcu Kız / Poyraz - 1950 Fotoğraf : Ara Güler National Geographic arşivi

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