22 Aug The hyperrealistic sculptures of Giovani Caramello
Giovani Caramello is a Brazilian artist that is drawing the attention of art lovers for his hyperrealistic sculptures. Self-taught, the artist began his work with 3D modeling and found the sculpture as a way to improve your technique, and it was there that appeared interest in the hyperrealism.
In his sculptures, Giovani not only strives for perfection in the details as expression marks, beards, eyelashes and scarring, but also for facial and body expression. By the way, what gives more life to his work are the facial expressions that show a certain sense of loneliness and fragility.
The comparison with the Australian sculptor Ron Mueck is inevitable and, according Giovani, he was inspired heavily on the work of Mueck and continues to study to achieve an even higher level in his work.
His work has already figured in several exhibitions in national and international museums, and several publications such as newspapers, magazines and web portals.