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Animals in the Discarded Wild

My name is Scott Rolfe and I turn found objects into a variety of assemblage animals. Old Venetian blind boxes, a food chopper, strainer parts, washers, and plastic jewelry all become the bodies of these creatures. Once put together, I usually paint them using acrylics. I often show the process of how they are put together on my website/blog. An example is the birth of Shelton the Turtle!

Animals in the Discarded Wild Recycled Art

Animals in the Discarded Wild Recycled Art

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Those are really sweet.

ColeMarie Soleil via Facebook
ColeMarie Soleil via Facebook

scott is the man ^^ I love his work

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Thanks so much for posting my artwork on your site! It is wonderful that you provide a space for people to share their recycled creations.

Laurence
Laurence

Great . I love it

Marianne
Marianne

These are just adorable!

Vilika. Handmade. ویلیکا

like iiiiiiiiiiiiiit

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