See the end result at 7:21…

London-based stonecarver Anna Rubincam creates a portrait from begin to end — all shot inside a span of three weeks.

Used with permission from Eyes and Ears. Learn extra at http://omele.to/2rbqmSU.

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  1. i can't even make a pinch pot with clay let alone make a super accurate and realistic clay leT ALONE WORK A PIECE OF STONE TO LOOK LIKE THE CLAY MODEL??!?!??!?!!?!? tALeNt

  2. Why is this so dramatic ? It's so extra like she's just carving out a head like yeah it's cool but it's not like a k-drama

  3. Stonecarving is fascinating to me. The ability to turn a rough, hard, and ragged material into a soft piece of art amazes me

  4. this was my aspiration in 1996 when i first went to art college, too bad my art went into another direction and took a far less lasting form in skin. i sometime give myself a kick in the bottom for not sticking to the goal i had made.

  5. the universe's design has never seemed so intelligent until realized through the perspective of an artist

  6. I don't think I could ever do this job because I can't stand the sound of a chisel on stone but it looks incredible in the end.

  7. This is how Creative mind works from musician ,artist to any other creative forms ,Creative people are different & society sometime don't understand them correctly

  8. This is absolutely stunning. I also have a (naive) question. What was the significance of the sculpture and the carved stone piece? Were they supposed to go together? Thanks for any explanation. 🙂


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