Recycled ArtRubbish Fish Art: Yodogawa Technique

Rubbish Fish Art: Yodogawa Technique

Rubbish Fish Art: Yodogawa Technique Recycled Art

Rubbish Fish Art: Yodogawa Technique Recycled Art

Rubbish Fish Art: Yodogawa Technique Recycled Art

Artists Hideaki Shibata and Kazuya Matsunaga came together in 2003 as Yodogawa Technique to create works from the rubbish and miscellaneous objects found along Osaka’s Yodogawa River. Working with discarded consumer goods and driftwood, the crafty duo made sculptural pieces that are like physical collages and that initially do not even appear as if they are made from garbage.

++ Yukari Art Contemporary

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Karin Andersen via Facebook
Karin Andersen via Facebook

funky fish!

Colleen S Moore via Facebook
Colleen S Moore via Facebook

great art pieces.

Chelsey Harris via Facebook
Chelsey Harris via Facebook

Amazing!

Trish Waugh via Facebook
Trish Waugh via Facebook

awesomeness!

Sheree Green via Facebook

These sculptures are worth taking a look at – made entirely from found materials.

GarageCat
GarageCat

Cool bike. The last fish shows how much junk is floating in the Yodogawa river.

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