Whimsical Digital Sculptures Comes to Life

A conceptual series that was constructed to give human personality and activity to an otherwise nondescript structure. By adding wardrobe and movement within the clothing, the sculptures instantly take on a personality and tell a story all to their own. By combining studio photography and cgi in a whimsical style and colorful palette… this series is meant to push the visual norm.

The project called Living Sculpture is by Mike Campau, a big city talent with a small town attitude. While at the University of Michigan, Mike dabbled in scientific illustration, graphic design and photography. After graduating with a B.F.A., he finally found his passion of digital art – combining photography, illustration and cgi. His random interests now started to make sense.

Mike has climbed the ladder of studio and agency life and now has over 15 years of valuable experience under his belt. Through the years, he’s work on high profile brands like; Chevrolet, WWE, Budweiser, Ford, Pepsi, ESPN, and Sony to name a few. His talents have also landed him celebrity projects including Tim Allen, Kid Rock, Mike Tyson, Roger Daltrey, Dave Grohl, Tracy Morgan, Zac Brown, and many more. Known for his dynamic images and clean execution style, Mike is constantly striving to not only meet, but exceed his high visual standards.

Currently residing in southeast Michigan, Mike lives with his very understanding wife and 5 kids… yes, 5 kids. Needless to say, he has plenty to do in his spare time. When Mike isn’t working or spending time with his family, he likes to play soccer and go for long runs to clear his creative mind.

You can check out more of Mike Campau’s work of art via his personal website

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