The Fairytale Sculptures of Scott Radke

Scott Radke is a Cleveland-based artist who’s work can be found from London to Los Angeles in major galleries, studios and private art collections. His work and designs have made appearances in such films as Walt Disney’s Academy award winning Alice in Wonderland Directed by Tim Burton. Radke’s sculptures stem from subconscious imagery. He uses mixed media in his puppet-like sculptures and explores a fairy-tale like mixture of animal human hybrids. His work is highly influenced by nature.

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Mister Finch’s Fairytale Fantasies

Tea making spider

Mister Finch, from Yorkshire, has no formal training. After years of attempting different medium, he found a love of sewing. His main inspirations come from nature, such as flowers, insects and birds. He draws from the wealth of fabulous and beautiful British folklore rich with morals and warnings, such as “shape shifting witches, moon gazing hares and a smartly dressed devil ready to invite you to stray from the path.” His ability to humanize animals, adding shoes and clothes, makes them come alive.
Finch uses recycled materials, not only as an ethical statement, but to add more authenticity and charm to his work. “Velvet curtains from an old hotel, a threadbare wedding dress and a vintage apron become birds and beasts looking for new adventures. A story sewn in is a story woven.”

Toadstool Spirits

Textile Moths in Courtship Dance

Moth Pulling a Tiny Coach

Textile Crows

Textile Moth and Table

Yellow Textile Bird

Masked Fox Textile Art

Flying Owl Made from Fabric

Soft Sculpture Snails

Textile Moths

Textile Mushrooms On Vintage Metal Bases

Large Velvet Spider

Soft Sculpture Fish Made From Textiles and Translucent Plastic

Caterpillar and doll head

Textile Fairytale Toadstools

Hooded Fabric Hair

Mister Finch with an Extra Large Moth