Blake McFarland Sculptures
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Created in 2021, this sculpture is carved from 9 gallons of epoxy resin, Walnut, Mahogany, White oak, Poplar, Redwood and Pine. The entire sculpture was carved using a chainsaw and other various power tools. This piece was client commissioned. SOLD
Created on Episode 4 of NBC's "Making It", this flag has over 130 Halved Baseballs. You can watch "Making It" On NBC, Peacock and Hulu. I can make replica flags on a commission basis.
Geometric Steel Sculpture
Created in 2021, this sculpture spans over 16' long and extends 2' from the wall. The intertwined 3/8" steel is the first in my metal sculpture series. This sculpture is located in a custom home in the Mission district, San Francisco, CA. SOLD
Epoxy and Wood Torso
Created in 2021 for a social media campaign, this sculpture uses 6 gallons of epoxy resin, Walnut, Brazilian Rosewood, White Oak and Cherry. It was carved using a chainsaw and other vaious power tools. It stands 32" tall by 12" wide. SOLD
Golden State Warriors Tree
Created in 2020, The Golden State Warriors Tree is 8ft wide by 5ft tall. It is made out of premium basketball laeather and Englsih Walnut. This sculpture is permanently displayed at Chase Center, home of the Warriors. SOLD
Created in 2020, This sculpture is made using recycled tires. SOLD
University of Memphis Tiger
The University of Memphis Tiger created in 2019 for the NCAA Goodyear Cotton Bowl. This tiger sculpture now resides on the campus of UM. SOLD
Penn State Nittany Lion
The Penn State Nittany Lion completed in 2019 for the NCAA Goodyear Cotton Bowl. This sculpture now resides on the campus of Penn State University. SOLD
Living Moss Wall
This Giant Living wall was created as a backdrop for the #fillitforward event presented to Santa Clara University in collaboration with Hyundai. The wall stands 8' x 8' and currently resides on Santa Clara University. SOLD
LMU Recycled Wave
Created in 2019 with the help of students from LMU. The wave was comissioned by Hyundai to help raise awareness on sustainability and Hyundai's new Hydrogen based car with zero emissions. SOLD
Created in 2019, Lion King is made using hundereds of shreds of basketball leather. This sculpture is currently listed for sale.
2019-Wired Warrior is made out of recycled ethernet cables and wires. This sculpture Stands 4.5ft x 6ft x 2ft. It is Currently listed for Sale.
The Clemson Tiger was created with thousands of shreds of Goodyear Tires. This sculpture was created for the 2019 Goodyear Cotton Bowl. The sculpture now resides on the campus of Clemson University. SOLD
Alabama's 'Big Al'
Alabama's 'Big Al' was created using Goodyear Tires. It was created for the 2019 Cotton bowl as well as NCAA National Championship football game. This sculpture now resides on the campus of Alabama. SOLD
Milwaukee Buck's "Buckley"
Milwaukee Buck's, 'Buckley' is the largest indoor sculpture located inside the Buck's new stadium, Fiserv Forum Arena. Created with thousands of shreds of real basketball tires, this Buck stands at 7 ft tall, 8ft long and 3 ft wide. It is permanently displayed inside the Fiserv Forum Arena in Milwaukee. SOLD
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Notre Dame's Fighting Irish was created in 2019 using Goodyear Tires for the Cotton Bowl. This sculputre now resides on the campus of Notre Dame University. SOLD
This sculpture was created using recycled tires and was commissioned by Lululemon Atletica. It now resides in the Detriot Lululemon Store. SOLD
Cavalier and Wingfoot players for Quicken Loans Arena
The Cleveland Cavalier and Goodyear Wingfoot player was created to honor and celebrate the 100th year anniversary between Goodyear tires and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both these sculptures reside in the Cleveland Cavalier Stadium. SOLD
World at War
World at War was created using recycled tires and trash found along California coastline and landfil. The most symbolic sculpture built to date placed in the top 100 at the largest art contest in the world- Artprize. World at War has a short documentary behind the making and is currently for sale.
Giant Pacific Octopus
This Giant Pacific Octopus is created with hundereds of recycled tires. The octopus has a tentacle span of over 8 ft. It is currently for sale
USC's Tommy Trojan
USC's Tommy Trojan was created for the 2018 Goodyear Cotton Bowl. It is created out of Goodyear tires. This sculpture now resides on the campus of University of Southern California. SOLD
The Treaded Eagle has a windpsan of over 6 ft. Created with hundereds of recycled tire shreds, this sculpture is currently listed for sale.
Ohio State's Brutus the Buckeye
Brutus the Buckeye was created out of Goodyear Tires for the Goodyear Cotton Bowl. This sculpture now resides on the campus of Ohio State University. SOLD
Hand Paint Drip
The first of my paint drip series. This Hand was my first vision of these sculptures. Currently listed For Sale
The Female Torso was created using over 50 recycled tires. SOLD
Torso paint drip
Part of my Paint Drip Series, this torso is listed For Sale
This cougar stands around 4 ft tall and 7 ft long. It is created using hundereds of recycled tires. This sculpture is owned and displayed by Nothing But Tires. SOLD
The Hammerhead shark sculpture is created using over 50 recycled tires. It now resides in a condominium atrium in Tampa FL. SOLD
The Bear sculpture is a wall-mount and sure to capture the attention of bystanders. SOLD
Western Michigan University Bronco
Buster the Bronco was created for the 2017 Goodyear Cotton Bowl for Western Michigan University. It now resides on the campus. SOLD
Wisconsin University Bucky the Badger
Bucky the Badger was created for the 2017 Goodyear Cotton bowl. This sculpture now resides on Wisconsin University's Campus. SOLD
The Panda Cub was created by using black and white recycled tires. SOLD
These tire vases were comissioned by Lululemon Atletica and are displayed in their Detriot Location. SOLD
The Baboon is the second tire sculpture I have ever created. It is currently listed for Sale. SOLD
Spartan Helmet Paint Drip
This sculpture was donated to San Jose State University Baseball program.
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