Jack Bordnick started as a product designer, establishing his own design business in New York, Sante Fe, and Europe. He is now an artist with a focus on sculpture work and photography. His artwork is a form of self-reflection on his own story. Many of his pieces involve a unique cross between the living and the inanimate. The humanistic qualities of these sculptures are his way of giving a voice to what were once objects without any sign of life or soul. He often also incorporates surrealist ideas, mythological themes, and magical imagery in order to tell deep, whimsical tales beyond common storytelling.
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