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Recycled Materials Art

Franco Recchia, "See the art from a different point of view. Find Out how the world change in the hands of a fantasy meccano. Dive in the colors of urban life. Explore the world of franco recchia".

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Dario Tironi, Lives and works in Bergamo. "Old toys, discarded computer components, broken calculators, even plastic bottles, they’re all part of Tironi’s recycled universe".

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Jenny Horstman, is an award-winning artist who creates life-size sculptures from scrap metal, transforming random pieces of hardware into works of art that are sought after by collectors and commissioned for public art installations.

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Jane Perkins, "I am a 're-maker', taking inspiration from found objects and working them into something new."

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Efraïm Rodríguez, mixture hyperrealism and strangeness, the sculpture makes what Dr. Frankenstein did (in fiction) in human anatomy.

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Paul Baliker, "A passion for nature has inspired me to create a body of work that is environmental in pith. I endeavor to capture a moment in wood or bronze that expresses potential for a symbiotic relationship with nature".

Mark Doolittle, "My style and approach are my own, greatly influenced by my background in biology. In my artwork, I try to express the dynamic form of growth and symmetry encountered in cells and tissues, as well as in whole organisms throughout the natural world."

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James Doran-Webb, started to design driftwood furniture in 2005 and it was while playing with the various natural forms that he decided to try his hand at making animal sculptures.

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Kike, creates unique works, recycling electronic materials that nobody uses. Motorcycles, airplanes and cars, are just some of his work made ​​from waste technology.

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Recycled Metal

Pedro Sanhueza, develops his works from discarded mechanical components. More

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Jorge Escobar, "we are currently in the rescue and investigation of navigation Chile and Chileans are making traditional boats".

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Art Recycled Materials

Andrea Petrachi (Himatic), Born in Lecce, Italy in 1975, live and work in Milan.

Himatic creates mechanical sculptures from things most of people simply throw away. His work is based on the assembly of everyday items, discarded electronics and toys.

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Ptolemy Elrington, Hubcap creatures are made entirely from re-cycled materials.

All the hubcaps are found, usually on the side of the road, and therefore bear the scars of their previous lives in the form of scratches and abrasions. I believe these marks add texture and history to the creatures they decorate, and so choose not to fill, overpaint or alter them in any way.

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Edouard Martinet, transforms everyday objects found in flea-markets and car boot sales into works of art. Working with a variety of refuse materials such as rusted kitchen pans, typewriter keys, car lights and other scrap metals, Edouard Martinet sculpts several types of animals and insects. His sculptures are made without the use of solder.

He fits each component into place as if putting together a puzzle of random pieces and parts. Each masterpiece is carefully assembled after having drafted several detailed sketches. This process requires a sufficient amount of time to get from the idea to the completion.

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Sean E Avery, lives in Perth, Western Australia, he is writer-illustrator of children's picture books, a graphic designer and sculptor.

"My sculpture work is all about repurposing the discarded to make something beautiful. "

" I have built many pieces for private collectors and galleries all around the world and have set up many displays in Perth, which includes Scitech, Woodside Plaza and Remida. Ripley's Believe it or Not have recently purchased some sculptures for display in their Hollywood and Baltimore museums. "

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Mark Oliver, using recycled materials, creates these beautiful works.

"A creature whose instinctual and physical qualities have adapted so uniquely to the modern urban environment that it has rendered itself, by nature of camouflage, virtually invisible in it’s normal habitat."

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Sandy Sanderson, lives in Hamilton, New Zealand.

Create cars fine finishes from beverage cans.

"After having an accident which left me with some time to use, I decided to put pencil to paper and try and make a racing car using the bottoms of cans as its wheels, and the graphics as the decoration for the body."

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Robert Travis Pond

Half of what I do is collecting materials.

"I look for objects with significance and meaning, objects that have connections to us as individuals and as a whole. The scraps I use are a part of our human history".

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Tom Hardwidge

"Arthrobots are unique and individual arthropod sculptures created by me".

"and have been creating the Arthrobots (a combination of robots and arthropods) since late 2010."

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Recycleart, car and motorcycle parts, screws and gears welded together to most original and unique sculptures. These expressive figures are produced according to hand made plans, polished and painted. Our strength lies in the detail. Up to 8 meter high sculptures are dismantled in up to 10 parts. Each object is unique.

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Ayhan Tomak, was born in Antakya.

Concerning the domain of functional art he has been developing new designs working with mirrors and wood. Ayhan Tomak is a member of the Helsinki International Artists Association and contiues working in his own studio in Istanbul.

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