Sometimes the work of artists cannot be imagined by ordinary people in general. Armed with high imagination makes the artists have a unique way to create various objects to have high artistic value.
Confused what you have to do with a Compact Disc collection - or better known as a CD - that is no longer in use. Don't just throw it away. But make it a work of art.
As was done by international sculptors and illustrators from Australia, Sean E Avery managed to amaze internet users with his sculptural works. He is already famous for his artworks in the form of animal sculptures made from CDs and electronic waste.
Uniquely, the sculptures are not made with wood or sculpture material as usual. This artist makes sculptures from CDs, DVDs, and other used electronic components.
Images of his work have also been published in various media throughout the world. Not a few private collectors and galleries that buy his unique work.
Sean E Avery is a teacher, writer-illustrator, sculptor, and designer born in South Africa; living in Perth, Western Australia. He is a passionate Art teacher at Carnaby Rise Primary School in Landsdale.
The man who is also an art and sports teacher at the Challis Early Childhood Education Center, Armadale, Australia has presented his work at the Perth Writers Festival, at the Rosalie Writers Festival, and at the All Saints Festival.
Want to see his works? Here are some pictures from a collection of CD fragments made by Sean Avery.
Aside from his incredible sculpting work, Sean has ventured into illustration, specifically, Children’s Literature, with his first book All Monkeys Love Bananas .
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1. CD Shards Otter
2. Peregrine Falcon
3. ‘Nessy’ CD Art
4. Rat Sculpture Made from CDs
5. Kookaburra CD Sculpture
6. CD Bear Sculpture
7. Enormous Purple Bird
8. ‘Male Fleeple’ CD Sculpture
9. CD Cat Sculpture
10. Hummingbird CD Sculpture