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These Pop Culture Sculptures Are Too Cute For Words

Artist Brad Hill has a very distinct style. He takes some of your favorite pop culture properties and turns them into small, handmade sculptures. Some are very detailed, others are more kid-oriented, but they’re all beautiful, and you’ve got to check them out. Read more...
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