It always seems that creating something out of scrap, recycling, making anything out of something that wasn’t originally intended for that purpose, is damn hard. But self-taught sculptor Flavio Zarck makes it look so easy. It’s hard to imagine his works made out of something else than metal. There is a certain mix of power...
With a PhD in chemistry and a passion for art,Conrad Engelhardt combines the best of both worlds in his cork representations. Inspired by Impressionism, Conrad creates his art works using recycled wine corks, in acolor palette defined by the chemical
Nature is an endless source of inspiration for any artist, and in any form of art. Belarusian artistAnastasia Kovaleva uses found organic material to create her imaginative and intricate collages. From dreamy landscapes, to cards and decorative objects,
Recycle, recycle, recycle! seems to be the motto of the decade. Paris based graphic designer Brauer is yet another great artist who gives us a taste of his creative abilities with his collection cleverly entitled "Viva la roboluciòn!"
As plastic junk becomes an increasingly important part of the natural landscape, Denver based artist Regan Rosburg draws awareness to this nature debilitating process with her mixed-media artworks. Using found objects like plastic bags, metal, and other
These wonderful pieces of art are the work of UK based sculptor Barbara Franc, who draws inspiration from the shapes and sculptural forms of animals. Using wire, metal, and other recycled and discarded materials, she creates these unique pieces, capturing the
Animal Farm is a series of six animal form lamps, made from upcycled glass bottles by industrial designer Nishi Chauhan. These fun and playful creatures were created using a wood and lac turnery craft of Channapatna in Karnataka, India. The perfect combination of
Amusing, yet slightly unsettling, these creative sculptures are the work of Australian artist Freya Jobbins. The need to create art from recycled materials in a society that is overspending on plastic toys, is where she draws inspiration from, alongside the
This fantastic housewares collection is the creation of dutch industrial designer Debbie Wijskam. Black Ruby is a series of pots and bowls handcrafted from recycled rubber powder. The technique of creating these unique pieces was developed by Debbie herself,