Hyperrealistic sculptures of humans by Sam Jinks show how vulnerable we are

Via Creative Boom submission. All images courtesy of the artist

These stunning hyperrealistic sculptures of humans by artist Sam Jinks will simply blow you away.

He creates works of art that show our private lives and emotional vulnerability, all with the deliberate intention to move us. Based on different stages of life – from both the beginning and the end – the characters are inspired by photographs of real people.

The frozen life cycles really evoke a lot of shock and emotion, as they are incredibly realistic and thought-provoking. The sculptures suggest so powerfully how vulnerable we truly are. Made from fibreglass, silicone, resin, calcium carbonate and actual human hair, they make a striking portrayal of human beings. To find out more visit samjinks.com.