These low-poly animal sculptures are straight out of a PS1 game

The New Aesthetic continues its synthetic, eye-catching overgrowth into the natural world with these striking statues by Ben Foster. They may have a low poly count, but that just makes his sculptures of PS1-era dogs, horses, and marine mammals stand out all the more from rustic, snowcapped backdrops of New Zealand. The animal forms are actually constructed of white aluminum, not polygons, but it’s nice to imagine that all those creatures trapped behind the screens of your favorite games have been released. Run free, Epona. Run free!

You can check out the rest of his work on his website.