Sculptures by Joe Carnevale - Made From Improvised Everyday Materials

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Sculptures by Joe Carnevale - Made From Improvised Everyday Materials

You can see some statutes made from everyday items including government property goods, vacuum cleaners, gardening tools, road signs, and of course, traffic barrels!

When it comes to sculpture, we usually imagine a work of art made from gold, silver, granite, or marble. Even though it's not always like that. There are so many materials that can be processed into aesthetically beautiful sculptures. If you don't believe, you can see some statues made from everyday items including government property goods, vacuum cleaners, gardening tools, road signs, and of course, traffic barrels!!!

That's what was done and created by artist and urban explorer Joe Carnevale. Uniquely Artistic action that made Joe arrested and sentenced to 50 hours of community service. Fortunately, this did not preclude Joe's artistic endeavors as he continued with his fantastic and creative sculpture.

Check them out Joe's extraordinary sculptures, which are made from improvised everyday materials.

Sources: twistedsifter

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Image credits: Joe Carnevale

Image credits: Joe Carnevale

Made from: two Eureka vacuums, a pair of tail light covers, two broken camera lenses, a coffee maker, an obsolete street signs, and teeth made from wood. All material was discarded.

Image credits: Joe Carnevale

Made from an assortment of garden tools

Image credits: Joe Carnevale

Image credits: Joe Carnevale

Image credits: Joe Carnevale

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