Plastic art by Veronika Richterová
Czech artist Veronika Richterová creates new life from repurposed plastic PET bottles. The artist has used various methods of cutting, heating, and assemblage to build colorfully translucent forms of everything from crocodiles to chandelier light fixtures to plants. Her obsession with plastic bottles doesn’t stop with creating artwork, Richterová has also collected over 3,000 PET plastic objects from 76 countries and writes extensively about the history and usage of plastic in her article A…
James Franco’s Latest Art Comes from a Sewage Pipe Factory
Mission Clay Products in Phoenix, Arizona, is a factory that churns out clay pipes for sewer systems. It’s also a destination for ceramic artists.
SLIM SHADY Found object robot sculptureassemblage | Etsy
SLIM SHADY is a very unique found object sculpture made from junk objects that include a vintage Velvet tobacco tin, M&M round tin, Co2 cartridge, horderve fork, soda bottle caps, pennies, forks, spoons, circuit board, etc. This is a one of a kind piece of folk art that stands out and makes for a great conversation piece. Perfect for work, office, restaurants, home décor, art galleries, etc. The lids on both the tobacco tin and the M&M tin do open and close and would be perfect for hiding…
Ice Cream Man
This Ice Cream Man is ready for the summer, the kids, and the cones! Unlike most Ice Cream Trucks, this guy doesn't have a speaker pumping extremely loud distorted horror-movie-like soundtracks...LOL! He'll be a hit in your neighborhood and bring smiles to lots of folks both young and old. His wheels all roll and he's ready to go. His favorite saying is, "Chill, baby!"
DIY Wizard of Oz's Tin Man
You might want to start saving your tin cans for spring when you see this insanely cute backyard idea! I had wanted a Tin Man for a while, so.... after much struggling with the pieces and parts finally managed to put one together. It took me hours and hou
Found art often occurs on your dinner or dessert plate and in items used in the house. Orange peel, cloves and pot-pourri existed long before air spray. Here the orange peel is made into a rose (or ranunculus flower): it's much more aesthetic than simply chopping up the orange peel.
An example of Art Trouvé, wrought iron and big rocks create some memorable sculptures. On the right...there's a idea for the big rockon your poperty which you can't move. On the left...it must have been a feat to to raise that rock! In either case, they form a pleasing, naturalistic (organic) work of art.
An example of a portrait using found objects. Look closely and you can see what some of the objects are. I found this on Facebook (Dec 19, 2015), the poster’s name is Louise Maughan James.
Pieces of driftwood fitted together can create some very lifelike sculptures, as this photo shows. I enjoy the challenge of fitting pieces of wood (readily available), or other materials into something recognizable or total fantasy.
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For this trend space called "Supergraphic", I've designed some coat-hangers with upper arm for clothes presenting the trends for summer 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________ Pour cet espace de tendance appelée SuperGraphique, j'ai conçu des cintres avec bras pour les vêtements présentant les tendances pour l'été 2014