Sculptor Wilfrid Wood began his career as an apprentice headbuilder on satirical 80s and 90s TV show, Spitting Image, before becoming a freelance 3D designer, creating naughty, cartoonish and wonderfully crafted humans, animals and anthropomorphic letterforms.
His latest exhibition, which opens at Beach London on December 4, features a series of canine prints and sculpture of various dog breeds from Corgis to Alsations, as well as human models, human/dog hybrids and even dogs in clothes. “What I’m always digging into is how appearance indicates character – dogs are surely the second most characterful species in existence,” says Wilson.
The show runs until January 2015 and selected prints will be available to buy from the gallery – for details, see beach.london
(Via: Creative Review)