Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine took thousands of nails for creating these amazing pictures, with the use of weight, height, density and angle of driving nails, and created a unique style of depicting three-dimensional nail painting. These paintings can change with the light and shows different results, sometimes like a faint pencil, and sometimes like thick charcoal. Levine would uses hundreds of thousands and even tens of thousands of nails for completing his creative pictures.

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine is a sculptor born in Yorkshire, England. One day he decided he wanted to make art for a living, and moved to Budapest. It was there began to “hammer nails” in composite wood tables and interestingly this would become later in your lifestyle. These artworks take weeks or sometimes months to complete. In his works the artist depicts the well-known actors, ballet dancers, scenes from the movie and the other characters, emphasizing the lines of the human body and setting off the perfection of forms.

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Marcus Levine Creates Amazing Pictures With Alloy Nails

Source – levine-art.co.uk, en.wikipedia.org, twitter.com, playbuzz.com

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  1. Reblogged this on The way I see things … and commented:
    Marcus Levine took thousands of nails for creating these amazing pictures, with the use of weight, height, density and angle of driving nails, and created a unique style of depicting three-dimensional nail painting. These paintings can change with the light and shows different results, sometimes like a faint pencil, and sometimes like thick charcoal. Levine would uses hundreds of thousands and even tens of thousands of nails for completing his creative pictures.

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