Jonty Hurwitz is a revolutionary artist and visionary.
Undeniably unique in his approach this South Africa born genius merges science and art in a mind-boggling way that doesn’t cease to amaze collector’s, art lovers and the occasional spectator alike.
His amazing sculptures are destined to become conversation pieces in any space they are placed, be it a living room or a museum.
After creating the smallest sculpture ever made (so small in fact that it is invisible to the naked eyes), the artist has now reached a new extraordinary milestone bringing to life the world’s largest anamorphic sculpture, recently installed at the Singapore Science Centre.
Watch the video below to see how the project was painstakingly realized.
Discover the art of Jonty Hurwitz at Walton Fine Arts.