Tiny Cement Sculptures by Isaac Cordal

Isaac Cordal creates tiny cement figures (10 in. approx.) and places them in  odd circumstances around the urban environment.

The figurines represent a kind of metamorphosis through which an urban human leaves his role of citizen and begins merging with the city and slowly becomes part of urban furniture.

Artworks and photography by Isaac Cordal.

10 comments on “Tiny Cement Sculptures by Isaac Cordal

  1. I like the locations. I like the design of the weblog, I will bookmark it keep posting.

  2. It does, so, remind me of Slinkachu. I recognise a lot of the locations but have never seen the sculptures, sadly. A fascinating concept, thanks for posting.

  3. susannehaun says:

    I like the sculptures in the special surrounding!

  4. cherylmoore says:

    Fascinating and unusual. I love these figures and the environments they’re placed in.

  5. ckponderings says:

    Great images! Thanks for sharing!:)

  6. Mark Goodwin says:

    Clever idea, excellent stuff well done Isaac

  7. pauliwj says:

    Wonderfully creepy!

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