Artist Recreates Famous Paintings Using Polymer Clay

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Lizzie Campbell, better known as Clay Disarray, is a clay artist and illustrator from the UK. She uses various specialist tools by FIMO and Sculpey and uses Nikon DSLR for photography and Photoshop for any digital magic on her artworks.

Her unique cartoon style has impressed many clients such as BBC, Universal Music, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Elton John AIDS Foundation, to name a few.

Recently, she’s been recreating iconic paintings with polymer clay and the result is just amazing. Take a look at her remarkable creations.

Some of you lovely folks will know that I’ve had a second account for a wee while now, mainly because my comment notifications don’t work here, so I use it occasionally in the interests of actual two-way conversation! I’ve been unsure what to post there as I don’t want to duplicate content too much, but I’ve recently noticed that some artists are creating IG portfolio accounts, so I’m jumping on the bandwagon! 🤓 It’s in no way intended to replace my online portfolio ( but I think it’s a good way for folks to see my work at a glance without having to sift through wip images (and of course pics of my 🐶) – so I’ll gradually build it up over time. Come follow if you’d like even more Clay Disarray in your feed 😜 (This will still be my main account though!) #Repost @claydisarrayfolio with @get_repost ・・・ Next up, here’s my ‘polymer painting’ of the Mona Lisa, created for the Herne Bay Cartoon Festival 🎨. . . #igportfolio #monalisa #painting #polymerclay #artstagram #fanart #portrait #popculture #clay #illustration #claydisarray

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