Sue Beatrice recycles old watch parts and creates tiny works of art that can be collected or even worn as pieces of jewlery as well.
Recycling has been catching up as a trend. The zero-waste life has been touted globally and a lot of people are moving towards living sustainable for the sake of our future. But while most of us find simple ways to recycle our junk, there are others who are taking the recycling fad to a whole new level. Consider the work of Susan Beatrice. This clever artist takes apart old, discarded vintage watch parts and fashions them into intricate and delicate miniatures.
Beatrice not only creates these magical sculptures out of junk. The artist is also pretty deft at working with sand and paint as well. However, her bespoke steampunk pieces are what catches the attention of people. Check out some of her most incredible pieces here:
This little dragon may just bite you!
The famous writer looks to be penning his thoughts.
What a fitting tribute to man's best friend!
A haven for bibliophiles.
It isn't just monkey business!
A terrifying sight to behold!
They tend to keep us busy, like bees.
This piece of commissioned work is a tribute to a strong father-daughter and grandfather-granddaughter relationship.
That armchair looks so inviting.
The subjects walk into the future, hand-in-hand.
Off with her head!
The artist created this for the comic artist behind 'Janne's World'.
He's got all the spare parts, all he needs is a huge bolt of lightning.
Another piece of commissioned work by the artist.
Another 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' piece that magically transports you into the book.
Encased in a time capsule.
A celebration of photography.
For a jolly good time!
We want this adorable steampunk bunny.