Inspiration to feed your upcycling mind!
Best ways to use your own wooden art forms and found materials of wooden trash
Mississippi Gyre is a sculpture made from recycled 5,000 plastic bottles.
I assemble figures, basically robots, only utilizing reused scrap metal parts. I discover materials in junk jars, in the road, or in recycled exchanges. My methodology gives these pieces a […]
Using a paste made of recycled eggbox papers mixed with glue, this solid Japanese snow monkey sculpture took 11 months to complete. The drying process is really slow. A lot […]
Garden sculpture in its own right, Sunrise may be used as a summer potted plant stand or winter bird feeder. A sculpture 8 months in the making, Sunrise sat for […]
I present you old Bill, he is a one of a kind upcycled robot. Bill was built in my shed using various parts I had been saving. The body is […]
What can you make from a piece of heating pipe, a steam iron, a kitchen utensil and other shiny metal parts? How about a hornbill? Since a couple of years, […]
To build these cardboard vases, I used recycled cardboard, glue, and varnish and experimental techniques. Cardboard and tinted plaster of Paris and varnish. Both partly inspired by rough handicraft containers, […]
This wasp nest pot was made back in 2015 out of recycled corrugated cardboard, glue, and varnish. It’s 19cm high. I resorted to gluing dry pieces of cardboard together*. As […]
I built this mini robot which will be perfect for a desk decoration from an old DVD player. I used the optic reader as the center part of the robot […]
I made these sculptures named “Wizard of Oz” out from recycled electronic parts from a computer and recycled cell phones. I have made many other characters and professions.
Inspired by objects I’ve collected from a turn of the century dumpsite, located on our property, and a trip to Meow Wolf, I am having the time of my life […]