When talking about 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.
Rarely do people think that they can really use used items that are outdated to be even more useful, but not with the creative people below, who use various kinds of used items and even garbage to make things more interesting and high artistic value.
Just as we admire sculptures made of stone and clay, there is something extraordinary about sculptures made of everyday items. Some artists choose to make sculptures from recycled goods in order to create less waste and promote recycling, while others only find inspiration in unusual places.
Whatever the reason, we are happy when artists take ordinary things and make them extraordinary. Here are some of the most extraordinary sculptures made using everyday materials in the world.
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1. Plastic Water Bottle Jelly Fish using Plastic Water Bottles
2. Skull Sculpture using Electrical Cables
3. Maroquinaris Zoologicae using Louis Vuitton Bags
4. Bird Sculpture using Paper
5. Metal Fish using Metallic Scraps
6. Compact Purple Hummingbird using Discarded CDs
7. Migraine Machine using Hubcaps
8. SteamPunk Turtle using Plastic Debris
9. Aurora using Colored Pencils
10. A Mixture of Frailties using White Gloves
11. Sound Wave using Melted Vinyl Records
12. Emergence using Discarded Plastic
13. The Chain That Binds Us using Heavy Chains
14. Robot Sculpture using scrapped hardware, camera, VCR, pliers, lamp parts, and toys
15. The Cool Hunter using Old Toys
16. The Triumph of Good and Evil using Cardboard
17. Lambretta using White Unmarked Cardboard
18. Wooden Horse Sculpture using Scavenged Branches
19. Evil Mutant using Recycled Tires
20. Hanger Gorilla using Coat Hangers
21. Barrack Obama using Bubblegum
22. Hanging Businessman using Chewing Gum
23. Black Lion using Recycled Tires
24. Reindeer using Recycled Automobile Parts