All You Need is Nice Imagination and Heap of Junk — Eureka

To create from thin air is magic and honestly speaking I am quite skeptical about its existence. But what about ‘create from scrap’? Thomas Edison said, ‘To invent you need torrid imagination and considerable heap of junk’. If you have both, you are all set for ‘Eureka’.

From invention to reinvention in Recycled Art:

Is Inventing things really that much simple? If it were really that much simpler, we would have inventors in abundance, lying at every corner of the street. But appreciating any creative art lets us share artists values and his creativity. This is what we called ‘love for art and creativity’. Frankly speaking recycled art is the most wonderful and futuristic art and it now holds wonderful clan of lovers and admirers. Creations of this recycled art can be as complex as any abstract portrait and can also be as simple as any clay pot.

Under the impressions of sci-fi star wars art, a distinct trend of creating surreal art pushed through scrap metal artists. As a result, sculptures like robo-cops, predators and terminator are now commonly seen all around. Their charisma is still increasing and people are celebrating them more than ever before. It would be really interesting to see some ground beating metal art sculptures.

Titanium Scrap and Stainless Steel Cyber Sculpture:

Had you ever thought that metal litter and junk outside your yard could be recycled to create such an amazing and mind blowing cyber metal craft? Chains, toothed wheels, nuts, and plates with other stainless steel objects are used to create such a marvelous cyber facial sculpture. Even watching it is a real treat.

Mammoth Elephant Built From house scrap:

It’s really wonderful. Isn’t it? Belly and legs made of monitors and TVs, with amazingly detailed tusks rounding inward, horns and tail with tufts. As I told earlier, there are no boundaries for recycled art.

Robotic Scarecrow:

I guess crows aren’t any afraid of effigies made of broom and pumpkin. This scarecrow made of shopping trolleys, bent pipes and scrubbing brushes surely can scare crows to death. This isn’t any artifact and surely is a result of interesting recycled art.

I am sure, like all of us, walls of your drawing room would also be decorated with picture frames bearing your memorable clicks. I believe that day is not far enough when we all may not have our own metal sculptures in our homes. It’s catchy, it’s weird but most interestingly, it’s possible to have them built out of easily available scrap.

Final Reflections:

Nevertheless, recycled art has always inspired my imaginations and every time I see end products made out of acute junk, I can’t resist praising man’s ingenuity. Recycled art isn’t only an art that artists use to make money or provide sensation to your eyes. There is a lesson for us in this art. ‘Nothing is useless in this world’. Even the most abandoned and left alone things in this world can be used to create majestic art.

Recycled art is most beautiful art and rather important in modern pretexts as well. From papers to plastics and from glass to metals, we produce huge wastes every day. It’s all getting alarmingly critical every next year. Skies are already burnt and oceans are polluted. It’s time to revitalize whole course of world affairs and recycled art is a challenging step towards better and pleasant future.
Let’s all give an applause to recycled art.

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