Sculptures made with garbage

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Sculptures made with garbage
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Some of them

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Alistair Galpin
Alistair Galpin
Sculpture created with bottle caps made of thermosetting plastics.

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Plastic world
Plastic world
Along the same lines, we also find the artist Nuno Maya and Carole Purnelle with his sculpture "Plastic World". Metal and recycled plastic from the ocean are combined to show an Earth that measures two meters in diameter.


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amazing sculptures made of garbage, reflections and shadows
amazing sculptures made of garbage, reflections and shadows
amazing sculptures made of garbage, reflections and shadows

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Tim Gaudreau
Tim Gaudreau
Gaudreau's work combines photography, video, new media, graphics, and sculpture with humor and irony to create collaborations that advocate for greater awareness of ecological issues.

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Ha schult
Ha schult
Schult is known for creating massive installations of people who build from garbage found in different parts of the world.


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Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen
Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen

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Gugger Petter
Gugger Petter

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Jason Mercier
Jason Mercier


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Charles Kaufman
Charles Kaufman
Kaufman bases his art on crushed soda and beer cans.

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Tom Deininger
Tom Deininger
Deininger is widely known as a famous artist who recycles rubbish from fine art museums. He is also very considered as a visual artist.

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster
Tim Nobel & Sue Webster


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Carolien Adriaansche
Carolien Adriaansche

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Mario Caicedo Langer
Mario Caicedo Langer

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Frank Russell
Frank Russell

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Tim Noble & Sue Weber
Tim Noble & Sue Weber


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Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen
Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen

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Nek chand
Nek chand

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Carolien Adriaansche
Carolien Adriaansche
Dutch artist, Adriaansche creates colorful pieces out of everyday garbage, such as bottle caps, wires, sticks and other things.

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Marcos Langan
Marcos Langan

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Dave Hind
Dave Hind
Dave is an Ontario artist who specializes in recovered metal and other objects found in his works. It also produces large scale sculptures and functional works of art.


TOP 43:
Elizabeth Morissette Lundberg
Elizabeth Morissette Lundberg

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Kitty wales
Kitty wales

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Jason Mercier
Jason Mercier

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Bernard Pras
Bernard Pras
Pras creates tributes to portraits of celebrities and other works of art through a process called anamorphosis, in which everyday objects are stacked in a photograph to form a collage.

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Elizabeth Morissette Lundberg
Elizabeth Morissette Lundberg
Morissette specializes in the manufacture of art items with parts you buy on eBay or with other types of objects found.


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Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen
Sarah-Jane van der Westhuizen
Create art from antique car parts, recycled metal parts, and anything the artist could have in his hands. You can see several of these garbage sculptures throughout Europe.

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Jason Mercier
Jason Mercier

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Frank Russell
Frank Russell
Russell specializes in these sculptures from objects found in the street.

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Yong Ho Ji
Yong Ho Ji
Yong makes sculptures with old tires.

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Kitty wales
Kitty wales
Wales has created sculptures, designs, and installations for the past fifteen years that focus on his observations of the animal world. The material he uses to create his animal sculptures is taken from everyday domestic life.


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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster
Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

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Nek chand
Nek chand
About 40 years ago, Chand began converting jungle plots in the garden of his home, in his native country of India. He formed sculptures with found materials and with the garbage that accumulated as he worked. Now, its "garden" covers 40 hectares and includes numerous mosaics and sculptures made of recycled materials.

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster
Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster
Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

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Bernard Pras
Bernard Pras


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Mario Caicedo Langer
Mario Caicedo Langer
Langer creates the sculptures using trash and broken appliances.

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Marcos Langan
Marcos Langan

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Bernard Pras
Bernard Pras

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Elrington Ptolemy
Elrington Ptolemy

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Ha schult
Ha schult


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Elrington Ptolemy
Elrington Ptolemy
Elrington uses parts of grocery carts, pots and old pans to make his sculptures.

TOP 22:
Gugger Petter
Gugger Petter
This artist creates two and three dimensional collages with newspaper.

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Mario Caicedo Langer
Mario Caicedo Langer

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Tom Deininger
Tom Deininger

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Jason Mercier
Jason Mercier
Mercier specializes in celebrity collages made with waste objects from those same celebrities.


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Robert Bradford
Robert Bradford
Bradford is a psychotherapist, but he is best known for creating sculptures from toy pieces.

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Yong Ho Ji
Yong Ho Ji

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Vik Muniz
Vik Muniz
The author organizes all the pieces carefully, photographs, and then turns everything into a collages. Muniz mixes garbage with fancy items like caviar, looking to make a statement about consumerism.

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Mario Caicedo Langer

Mario Caicedo Langer

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

Tim Nobel & Sue Webster


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David Mach

David Mach

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Subodh Gupta

Subodh Gupta
This Indian artist uses tin pots for his sculptures.

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Tom Deininger

Tom Deininger

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Marcos Langan

Marcos Langan
Langan creates recycled cardboard art and other materials. El Grito was created from corrugated cardboard and other recycled materials. Langan works with non-toxic glue, a scalpel, and a lot of patience.

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Elrington Ptolemy

Elrington Ptolemy


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Robert Bradford

Robert Bradford

TOP 7:

David Mach

David Mach
Hundreds of hangers used enter the sculptural work of David Mach, which also uses other recycled materials to bring his works to life.

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

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Tim Nobel & Sue Webster

Tim Nobel & Sue Webster
Tim and Sue met when they were studying Fine Arts at the University. They are now best known for their art from the garbage collected from the streets of London, which shows an image when the light is projected in front of it.


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Michelle Stitzlein

Michelle Stitzlein
Stitzlein creates art with found materials, such as piano keys, broken porcelain, and other recycled objects.

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Michelle Stitzlein

Michelle Stitzlein

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Michelle Stitzlein

Michelle Stitzlein