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Philippe Faraut: Clay Sculpture Titled ‘Crazy’

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Another masterpiece by Philippe Faraut. It is so inspiring to watch a sculptor be so delicate and yet so deliberate with his hands. The clay model captures a lot of emotion and it is clear from this that Faraut is nothing short of a master of his craft. A truly stunning video.

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