Spectacular Rubik's Cube Portrait of a Man Disintegrating
Back in 2009, artist Isaac Cordal shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets of London, where street lights cast shadows of the faces on to sidewalks.
Wire Mesh Shadow Portraits
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Vally Nomidou transforms paper and cardboard.
Korean artist Yeong-Deok Seo creates imposing figurative sculptures using tightly knit configurations of welded bicycle chains and industrial steel chains.
Seo Yeong Deok | Made from bicycle chains
Tiny Rolled Paper Portraits by Anant Nanvare | strictlypaper
Seo Young Deok's Incredible Chain Sculptures | Yatzer
Kwangho Lee | knitting and coiling electrical cords and rubber tubing. More images available www.wallpaper.com...
Brenda Mallory Capsules, 2006-2011, Waxed cloth, nuts, bolts, 11 units, each 10" x 10" x 17"
David Oliveira Wire Anatomy | Street Anatomy
Lisbon-born artist David Oliveira, who has a degree in Sculpture and a Masters in Artistic Anatomy from the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts, twists and turns wire until he creates distinguishable figures and objects. Mysteriously, some of these pieces look like they’re actually floating.
Design You Trust
Using trash bags, unused grocery bags and plastic sheets, Pakistani artist Khalil Chishtee creates life-sized figures wracked with emotion. He uses these materials as a metaphor for "recycling our identities" or braving the problems of life. sculptures, artists, art crafts, plastic bags, galleri, grocery bags, digital cameras, blog, khalil chishte
Urs Fischer, "Violent Cappuccino", 2007, cast aluminum, lacquer, motor oil, glue, dust
Urs Fischer – Skinny Sunrise | Street Anatomy
David Begbie, 'IKON' 2012, Steelmesh female torso, suspended
Arman (Armand Pierre Fernandez) | Accumulation of Violins Ed. 20/99, 1989 Bronze
People Pixel Portraits
Composed of found objects, construction remnants and other offbeat materials, the art installations of Tadashi Kawamata are urban, gritty, in-your-face creations that are site-specific and evolve, twisting and morphing as they grow to monstrous proportions in public spaces. wooden chairs, public spaces, seat, chair design, tadashi kawamata, art installations, artist, sculptur, tadashikawamata
Art installation of discarded chairs.
Turning Trash into Public Sculpture & Installation Art
Marcus Levine Nail Art | HomeDSGN
Mona Lisa: in buttons