Sculpture of Incredible Hulk Created out of Nuts and Bolts


Thailand based scrap metal art company Ban Hun Lek has created a large sculpture of Incredible Hulk from discarded nuts and bolts. The recycled sculpture converts the green superhero into a visually appealing statue. The company uses a step by step procedure to construct such metal sculptures. First they outline the idea and then collects the necessary materials to construct. Later the raw material is skillfully welded together to give an exact shape as outlined and coated with appropriate agent to make it rust free.

 Ban Hun Lek has created many amazing sculptures inspired from popular Hollywood movies like Alien, Predator and Star Wars.





Star Wars Inspired Upcycled Sculpture


Derek Keenan's At-AT sculpture is created from used skateboards. The colorful wooden upcycled sculpture is 16 inches tall and 17 inches wide. The recycled sci-fi sculpture is being displayed at an exhibition in Denver. The exhibition is specially held for Star Wars fans and also features artwork inspired by the most famous intergalactic saga.



Sculptures Created from Rusted Wrenches


Artist John Piccoli has made good use of rusted material tools by creating some awesome sculptures of animals and other objects. The mesmerising recycled sculptures convey an eco-friendly message of using rust metals, usually seen as useless piece of junk,  into converting an elegant and magnificent art.

 












3D Printed Boness Art


Artist Monica Hercicova's 'The Wheel of Life' represents the cycle of life and death. Monica has created human bones using 3D print technology and constructed them into a surreal sculpture representing people in motion. The beautiful sculpture is made up of leg bones, the rigid organs that carry the weight of human body through life, and it was inspired by many concepts.

 The beautiful and morbid structure shows the beauty of the organ that supports us in movement and inspires us to lead a healthy life.








Bone Bikes: Moo-torcycle is Sculpted from Cow Bones


Sculptor Reese Moore's Moo-torcycle is a handcrafted two-wheeler sculpted from cow bones. Using bovine skulls and bones, the bone sculpture is cleverly assembled to give the shape of a two-wheeler. The backs of each cow is used to construct the wheels, while the giant skull with horns acts as the handle of the bike.

  Moore has so far created just 9 such bone sculptures and his next project is to build a flying dinosaur. Creating such a bone sculpture is time consuming, usually takes a year, because it requires to be build from scratch which involves placing the bones in a clever way to give a unique shape.






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