Modern Age and Modern Hobbies – Start Collecting Your Favorite Scrape Metal Art Pieces

Metal Sculptures – What are metal sculptures? Em… Well! Metal sculptures are nothing but lined drawings in 3 dimensional forms. Metal sculptures can be many things. They can be dynamic; they can move and they can interact. They can whatever your imagination wants them to be. They can be Church buildings and they can also be Christmas trees. They can be trains and planes and, they can also be passengers. They can be anything and they can be everything.

Am I Scrap Metal Artist?

Have you seen any potters doing clayware? They make things out of clay. And what they can make from clay? Everything that can be imagined. How do they do it? Wet clay is used to form the desired object and then this wet object is put into any furnace until it hardens and strengthens.

Scrap metal artists also do the same. How? They too make things. The only difference is that scrap metal artists, as the name implies, use metals for making objects of their interest. They use these deserted and dejected shapes to form a fresh shape—known as scrap metal art. Nuts, bolts, screws, washers, keys, sprockets, chains, gears etc. are common elements of any art from scrap. These pieces are blended and welded together in such uniformity that ‘WOW’ becomes irresistible.

You might have realized that you too have heaps of scrap metal around you such as broken watches, engine spare parts, outdated motherboards and hard disks etc. Well, don’t throw them away. Use them for recycled art. What you need is just little creativity and some tools.

Sci-fi Movie Monsters:

Though scrap metal art allows you to make whatever you imaginations want yet most of the inspiration comes through sci-fi movies. Sci-fi movies are biggest source of inspiration for scrap metal artists as these movies provide with plenty of metallic characters. And more interestingly, these characters carry so much details with them that one wonders whether they are metals or real alive characters. Sci-fi art is all about making these characters through scrap metals.

Let’s have a look at Terminator Statue. Its 7.5 feet tall sculpture with 5 main parts namely head, torso, 2 arms and legs. All pieces are can easily be joined with one another allowing you to move it from one place to the other without needing any tools. Though it’s merely a sculpture yet it inspires the same awe and fear as in movies.

Likewise, Star wars Art is quite celebrated among scrap metal artists. These artists aren’t letting epic star wars fade from memories. Characters from Darth Vader to R2D2 and C3PO are still alive through this art. The best thing about these star wars characters is that they are not as huge as they were in movie. They are smaller, they are beautiful and they are interactive. By seeing these sculptures you will realize that turning your drawing room into one of star war’s galaxies won’t be a bad idea at all.

Recycled art and you:

Art stays one step ahead of its contemporary sciences. Just as people have habit of collecting stamps, collecting books, collecting stones, increasing number of people are growing habit of collecting recycled art pieces. With these articles, they decorate their gardens, their restaurants, their games houses and even their drawing rooms.

What would you like to have in your drawing rooms or gaming rooms? Terminator Statue or Star wars army?

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Metal Craft Heroes Always Saving Against Odds

The history of Science Fiction Movies Genre is same old as motion picture industry, but it’s first solid footprints were not felt any sooner than 2nd half of last century when mankind had already witnessed the powers of science through atomic bombs and flying rockets. UFOs, aliens, robots, Terminators, Predators, Iron Man and avengers and Wall-E etc. are some of direct creations of Science Fiction.

Talking about them is really interesting in many ways. At times they themselves are threat to mankind’s survival and at other times they are the defenders of mankind against other odds. Nevertheless, movies based on their theme are a great success and people love them watching them around in their real lives. Interestingly, recycled art has allowed us a chance to have them literally around us in our real lives.

Star Wars Legacy and Recycled Art:

Last quarter of 20th century is quite notable in terms of movie art because it gave birth to the characters big enough to forget even in next century. Characters such as Darth Vader, Boba Fett, C3PO, R2D2 and Battle Droid are some of those characters who still haunt our memories. Their dialogues have reached the status of maxims and quotes. All their action was propagated through their immaculate robotic presentations.

Though George Lucas has retired this year, he has left behind the legacy of artists who make these characters for those who have fascination for them. Star wars Art is a discipline in Recycled Art where artists use scrap metal to make characters mentioned above. Though these star wars sculptures are made of scrap metal, yet they have all those features and details peculiar to their original versions. They are tall, they are detailed, they carry their weaponry and more importantly, they are harmless. You won’t be hearing Boba Fett saying, ‘Maybe I had grown up a nice guy if Jedi hadn’t beheaded my father in front of my eyes’ or nor Darth Vader will find your faith disturbing.

Terminator Sculptures: ‘I will be back’

It was 1987, when we first heard T-800 in Los Angeles Police Station saying, ‘I’ll be back’. And after two and half decades, we aren’t sure when Terminator gets back to screens. Well, Terminator series is one of world’s biggest movie successes. Everyone keeps Terminator DVD in his laptops and computers and many of the fans still love Terminator posters hanging in their rooms. But, what about having terminator statue in real form?

Terminator will surely be aware of recycled art and had belief in it that one day when he will not be appearing in movies, he will be practically present in our homes and gardens and study rooms. He is back for never leaving us away. These metal crafts cannot help us from odds as they do in movies but they surely tell us how to react to those odds. An inspiration for science and promise for future, this is what these terminator sculptures are all about.

Wall-E and Recycling:

Snow capped mountains replaced by glutting mountains of trash and life-blessing rains replaced by breath sucking sandstorms and torrential downpours! Yes, based on aftermaths of mass consumerism, Wall-E is a latest commentary over modern life styles. Before we talk about it, you must watch it first.

Scrap metal art allows us to have our favorite characters around us and know that ‘More litter is making our lives bitter’.

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Metals– From Heap of Trash to Joys of Treasure

What images arise when someone calls word ‘metal’? Coins, weapons, machines, ornaments, scrap, vehicles and etc! And periodic table of elements for those of students! Well, undoubtedly, for thousands of years, metals have been living with us in their various forms and shapes. Traders and merchants loved them for their currency value in the form of coins. Militaries craved for them to use as means of warfare. Women fancied metals in the forms of ornaments and jewels.

Metal and Metal Crafts:

Malleability is an inherent characteristic of metals allowing metals to be worked, hammered and shaped without breaking. Likewise, ductility allows metals to be stretched and twisted in the form of wires. As a result of malleability and ductility, number of metal crafts around us cannot be numbered. From food canes to heavy industrial machines and from war tanks to flying rockets, all are favors by metals.

To artists relating to all fields, metals hold special reverence as these metals have always helped them shaping and framing their artistry through them. Robotic terminators, predators, aliens and their weaponry are examples metals usage in modern movie art and sci-fi art. With increasing popularity of such characters, a new era of science and literature has begun. But, for the sake of our earth and environment, recycled art should be focused more and more.

Metals vs Environment:

As soon as world entered an age of industrialism, metals’ usage increased by nth times and this huge demand led to mass production of metals through metallurgy. For almost 2 centuries (apparently) things kept going quite smoothly and metals in various forms, infused in all our offices, houses, play grounds, hospitals, science laboratories, battle grounds and peace temples.

To keep up with demand, metallurgy was encouraged more and more until 2nd half of last century when men realized that we have imbalanced the environmental equilibrium. For not only the environment, the very life of man has been hit hard by them. For instance, heavy metals ions are enough to cause cancer, organ diseases, nervous damage, and at most, death. And since then, environment has become the prime focus of politicians and social environmentalists.

Metals and Modern Arts:

Metals bear great potentials of artistic adventurism. But scrap metals are twice admirable for their artistic rashness. The dumped vehicles, worn out home machines, out dated industrial machines are the biggest source of scrap. But all this scrap does not reach wreck yards and furnaces and reused in some other forms.

Recycling is a process of employing already existing things for other uses and applications. So when these articles are abandoned by us as an acute form of junk, litter and waste, scrap artists pick them up from vendors and start turning them into arts crafts. In modern movies, robotic characters are quite common. So, making scrap sculptures of these characters is a best use for the metals lying in junk yards.

These terminators, predators, Spartans, transformers, scorpions, motor cycles and furniture made out of scrap metals are worth thousand dollars. They teach the humanity the lesson of being beautiful, profitable and eco-friendly. Besides, these metal crafts and scrap sculptures carry a strange sense of beauty that draws everybody towards it. The beauty lies in the process of transformation that is how a heap of junk and trash is converted into a piece of art which is worth treasuring.

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Terminators, Aliens, Transformers, Predators || From Fantasies to Facts

Gardens turned into star wars ordeal, study rooms shaped into Skynet’s terminators and sitting lounge furnished with furniture made out of roasted metals! This is what a sci-fi fan is surrounded with all the time. Sci-fi art coupled with recycled art is a unique blend of two extremes.

Recycled art propagates essence of transmigration. It tells that there is always a better use for things that have been discarded and abandoned as litter, waste, junk and scrap. And when things can be used again and again, in one form or another, there comes reason for the future. And what future will be like? Watch movie art. Sci-fi art becomes the liaison to the future and predicts how it would be or could be.

Science fiction versus Physical Sciences:

A lot of people are confused about sci-fi movies and literature. They tend to take it as practically nonsensical and claim the characters and events to be far removed from reality. How can an air craft kiss the face of sun whose rays are powerful enough to melt the rocks from the farthest distances? How can machines run mankind into slavery when their own existence rests at our disposal? How can we move faster than light when ‘special theory of relatively’ tells it’s practically impossible to move faster than light?

In short, to arguers, science fiction is nowhere close to physical sciences and thus, has no importance in our lives. And frankly speaking, I don’t have any bones to pick with them over their statement. But, Science fiction never aims at following establishes rules, theories and facts of science. It’s ironic to expect ‘fiction’ obeying physical rules of world. Fiction in its very nature needs to be imaginative and needs not necessarily be based on facts. Once this difference is understood and accepted, science fiction will ultimately start impressing upon hearts and minds.

Future shown today:

‘Science is what you know of today and science fiction is what you should know of tomorrow. Physical science deals with the facts but facts formulation carries a comprehensive process of hypothesizing and experimenting before forming conclusive facts. And based on these facts, relevant technologies are developed and, these technologies ultimately define the course of future.

Science fiction moves on other grounds; imaginative and artistic realms of mind. And once ideas propagated in
movie art find potentials, scientists gear themselves up to bring it into reality. For instance, Jonathan Swift, couple of centuries ago, was first to introduce flying machines in his ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ and when readers first read it, they called it impossible to have them around. But, now the air traffic is jam pack with all types of aircrafts. So, the fantasies of past have become realities of present. Under same wings, today’s fantasies will become future’s commonplace realities.

Recycled Art and Sci-fi Characters:

In our times when environment is the pressing issue everywhere, recycled art promises the survival. And scrap metal artists are the ones who not only show their passion for bringing life to the dead but by making sci-fi characters, they unwind the relations among all; past, present and future.
For those who know how science works on the basis of sci-fi art, there would be no surprises for them when they see terminators doing their dishes and aliens doing office works with them in their offices in future. Because, sooner or later, fantasies are sure to become facts.

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Clean Up the Entire Planet

We have built aero planes and trains for mass transportation and have created internet and mobile phones for mass communication. Frankly speaking, this all is wonderful and our lives without all these machines would be next to death. But at what costs did we achieve all this?

We made all this progress at the cost of our earth that we live in. The heart of earth has been torn apart for getting its buried treasures; the trees have cut down to fend for our energy needs, protective layers of our environment have been terribly shoot down and now the entire world is bruised and needs embalmment. How can we make our environment life friendly again? Recycling holds the key to our planet’s survival that in turn promises our existence.

Recycling needs worldwide encouragement:

After years of reckless exploitation of environment, decades of pollution and centuries of terrible resource depletions, our planet is at the verge of destruction and now, as never before, it is our responsibility to take cautions in our lives. World affairs have now been so much dependent on all natural sources that it’s almost impossible to stop their usage, particularly of metals, right away is impossible. So recycling and Recycled art must be encouraged globally.

Recycling resembles exercising. We all are well aware of the fact that we do need it yet we never take any initiatives towards practically doing them and while doing so, we know that we are risking our health and life. Generally we are prone to thinking garbage and food packaging only as litter and junk and nothing in particular is wrong with this approach. Scrap metal is also another most widely referred litter which comprises almost 40% of the world litter collected worldwide.
Recycling all them would be miraculously healing for our world because it must lead to following results.

Cutting Down Global Warming:

Even dumping scrap is hazardous to environment as it increases leaching of toxic materials, pollution and environmental degradation. Producing certain elements right from scratch not only results in more energy consumption but also leads to increasing global warming. For example, Al production creates 95% more CO2 as compared to recycled Al.

Recycling is not always about melting metals and molding them into newer shapes for fresh use. Using metals for newer purposes too is prime example of Recycling. A lot of artists are using scrap metals in various art forms such as
Movie art or Star wars art. Pieces of scrap metals are acquired from various sources and all these pieces are used in such a way as to make different sculptures, sci-fi characters and vehicles.

Better Energy Consumption:

Recycling ultimately spares us with a lot of energy that was once to be used for creating metals from the start. To make it stand out, let’s follow plastic recycling which consumes twice lesser energy than making new plastic. Once this energy is saved, it can be used for better purposes and would surely help in meeting with its ever increasing demands. It’s not all but just a cog in the wheel. This recycling helps in reducing air pollution, improving water sources and eco-friendly environment.

Be the change that you want:

Almost every one of us should practice recycling as much as possible and help each other in strengthening our planet. Collectively we all can bring the difference that we want and speak about.

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Go and make something

The world is ancient, perhaps billions of years or even beyond. It was never same as we see it today. It passed through various ages; ages such as Stone Age, ice age, bronze age etc. And during this entire journey through time, only one creature in this world had learnt the art of learning and adapting.

Earliest of men lived in caves and used fire to cook food only. Now men live in high-risen steel buildings and use fire to mould metals and reach skies. It’s the change that never occurred overnight. Men created things, they discovered things, they invented things and at times they created things out of thin air.

Things through thin air v/s things through recycled art:

Magicians of the past used to read their secret and hard earned magic codes so that they could perform magic for their audience. Regardless of magic’s authenticity, magicians’ performances often led to thrilling sway among audiences. Though their performances often raised huge applause from audience yet they bore no fruit for mankind. Their magic couldn’t alleviate man’s miseries. Their magic didn’t provide sustenance to earth.

Today’s roaring art is Recycled Art which promises new life to our dear planet. The earth whose womb has suffered from so much waste during last couple of industrious centuries, now needs rehabilitation. Though mobilization and mechanization helped us living an easier life but in turn we have lost the balance of life on earth. Tons of wastes, toxics, bi-products of this mechanization will soon lead us to catastrophe where we all must pay for our negligence.

There is garbage, junk and scrap all around. Use it to make something before it becomes potential threat to our planet.

Art from Scrap:

If you have creative instincts, without second thoughts, you are good to save earth from destruction. Play your part efficiently. From this scrap, make things that interest you. You can make almost everything from scrap. You can take inspiration from Movie Art, star wars art etc. And if your imagination kindles at the thoughts of Egyptian monolithic sculptures, you can make them as well.

You can follow the procedure below to make your ideal art piece.

Brainstorming and Analyzing:

The first and best thing needed for an excellent art work is proper research of the subject. There might be various attractions and inspirations for you but you must go for the one that suits your resources. In other words, you should go with the subject that involves most common shapes so that you might easily find the scrap fit to those shapes.

Gather Scrap required to construct the work:

You must know each shape is made up from some sort of basic shapes such as circle, triangle, rectangle etc. When you draw the model of your subject, you will find so many shapes in it and for these shapes, you will have to find scrap accordingly. This scrap could be found from anywhere, from junk yards to wreck-yards.

Welding and Molding:

When all the required metals are collected, it’s time to do some fire work. Weld different pieces of metals into proper shapes and get them well set. This work needs some expertise and of course involves some risks too. So it is advisable to get precautionary measures well before work.

Refining and finishing:

Art from Scrap is really fascinating. When the whole structure is built and erected, it needs final retouching work. If there are any sharp edges they must be shaved plane. After that, coating and painting could be done so that your work becomes an art.

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A Heaven of Hell and Hell of Heaven

‘The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven’, said John Milton in his epic ‘Paradise Lost’. Though he was talking about mind in general and not about men’s mind, this is universal explanation of mind state. A catalyzed and eager mind always finds realms to satisfy its adventurous instincts.

Under the same adventurous instincts, men started campaigns to find the truths of life and thus scientific disciplines were formed. Initially science happened to be a Moses’ staff which turned mankind’s miser destiny for the good and proved how we can make heaven of hell but I am afraid, things did not remain same for long enough and we built war air-crafts, missiles, atomic bombs for our self destruction. Now science is being used to make hell of heaven. Nevertheless, art is still blessing in disguise for the minds which are adventurous and want to make hell of heaven again.

Planet of Wasteland:

Whether industrialism has changed the world for the better or worse, it has surely brought in unprecedented amount of wastes with it. Just have a look at statistics relating to America. According to studies conducted in 2005, America’s 300 million people comprise only 5% of world’s total population. And America, being the leading waste producer in the world, produces quarter of world’s waste. It’s terrible to see that 5% of the world is able to produce one-fourth of the world’s junk. By seeing these deteriorating ecological conditions, we need to realize that economic stability relies only on ecological sustainability. Standards of success of any society should also be revised once for all. To see how good a society is, we need to see how its garbage is recycled and not by how many things are produced.

Recycle. Recycle efficiently and quickly. This is what we need now. Art from Scrap metal is the most innovative and exciting form of recycling wastes.
Recycled art firmly believes in making heaven of hell. It’s always wonderful to see how one man’s junk is turned into another’s artwork. Not all the metals need to go wreck yards, some need artists’ creative desks as well. What can be created with this scrap? Your imagination is limit. From extra-terrestrial cyber cops to mammoth mammal structures, everything can be created by using simple metal scraps such as bike chains, plugs, gears and cables etc.

Recycling and Recycled Art:

‘Sorting, collecting and recreating’, this is how recycling works. Almost everything that we see around was once created. Once useless, it can be recycled to create another thing. The most recyclable materials include metals, papers, clothes, biodegradable waste and plastic etc. Each of recyclable material described before, involves particular recycling method.
US environmental agency conducted a research on recycling and they came up with great results. According to the results formed after research, using recycled metals helps in saving 75% energy. Air pollution and water pollution reduces by 86% and 76% respectively. But recycling runs along the risks of accidents, injuries and even deaths.

Artists see grotesque things as quite fascinating subjects for their art. Recycled art provides adventure without any risks that is not only exciting but is safe for society as well. Metal craftsare exciting not only to see but they are worth keeping as art pieces as well.

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Darth Vader, The Archetype Evil of Star Wars — I see your lack of faith disturbing

Academy award winning concept artist Ralph McQuarrie died few months ago. Ralph’s work included iconic Star wars’ characters such as Darth Vader, R2-D2, C-3PO, Bob Fett and Chewbacca. Ralph’s characters in American epic film series, Star wars, bred such hollering influence on contemporary arts that the whole art disciplines, from novels to cinematography, felt their echoes.

Ralph’s acute mastery in art is truly depicted in these characters. Take Darth Vader, for example. Like Shakespeare’s Iago, he is the meanest. But, he is something more than that. He is meanest, brutal, minacious and Mephistophelean killing cyborg. Is that all about him? Of course not, Ralph coated such an appearance for him which portrays evil monster lying underneath.

Darth Vader and Star Wars:

Vader epitomized star wars art. His presence was enough to strike audience with fear and awe. 7 feet tall monster was not any rock-star villain doing swashbuckling action adventures and spin kicks. Vader was a tough tough tough enemy whose giant size with unmatched strength was enough to whack and smack down any opponent in the galaxy.

‘Leave them to me, I will handle them myself’, this is how Vader walks and talks. Ralph designed Vader’s character in a way that it creates shudder in the spinals; fearsome and terrifying. Everyone who sees Vader feels looming shadow of death over his head. His highly refined and fine polished black helmet with edges protruding downwards was powerful enough to show the sinister face that lurked under it. The eyes were seemed bulging and were bulbous. The sealed collar wrapped around Vader’s neck and at the back he had a cloak covering his black backpack.

Even after 3 decades of presence, Vader’s uniqueness hasn’t ever dipped an inch. Science fiction lovers just love to have his costume replicas, his sculptures and his movie posters. Just google Darth Vader and you will see thousands of people quoting his dialogues all around the forums.

Vader’s Sculptures:

Vader’s sculptures are quite cool and any man who loves metal crafts would love to have his hands on these sculptures made out of scrap metals and junk parts. 12 inches tall, sculpture made of nuts, bolts, vehicle parts and chains is really an amazing piece of art, worth keeping in art rooms and studies tables.

There is a special thing about these Vader’s incarnations. Vader is known as archetype villain in star wars saga and his appearance is quite intimidating that best suits his actions and character. But his reincarnations in the form of sculptures aren’t scary and hideous at all. They are rather loveable and cheery.

These sculptures are best satisfying for both, science buffs and art devotees. Unlike other creations, these sculptures are made with recycled art, they don’t hang heavy on pockets as well. They are the best decorations and best gifts as well.

Star Wars Art:

Star wars art is really fascinating as it provides us an escape from our earthly affairs and takes us to the far off galaxy empires, full of more wicked and more fancied powers than ours. Almost every creation relating to star wars, from books to dramas and characters to conversations, is interesting. Star war movies alone had a ground beating success, with the gross earnings of 4.5 billion dollars along with Academy awards.

Though it has been quite some time that we have seen any Star Wars movie, but star wars art is keeping us alive to the other far flung worlds of princes, knights and witches.

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This Planet Is A Game Reserve – Predators Watch Us

Though there are no conclusive evidences found about extraterrestrial life yet we are so much swayed with aliens that modern literature, in its all forms, often embarks on describing aliensas part of our life. From green eyed creatures of flesh to computer-like intelligent steel bodied structures, we see these aliens in different cinematic movies, bookish novels and sometimes in poetic rhetoric as well.

Whether they exist in real life or they do not, their references have really taken presence into real life. Where did it all start from? It’s a long story and perhaps dates back to the times when Gods were being created throughout the world. But, modern highly ingenious, nth’ times intelligent and strong aliens are produced no earlier than McTiernen’s Predators back in 1987. Apart from movie Art, these aliens have gained special dug out in other art forms, notably in sculptures.

Predator and Predators:

When Sylvester’s Rocky ended in its rounds, and there was no other challenger on the earth to stand against Rocky, people started saying that now only some extraterrestrials would come and fight him. Perhaps Rocky’s creators did not pay much heed to this potential elevation but McTiernen surely found his venture lying herein. It was the idea that led to ‘Predator’ (1989), first of its name. Ever since Predator was released, it followed various comics and sequels.

The latest remake of this predator was released in 2010. Technology has seen unmatched progress during these 23 years and super powers of first predator now seem quite easily submissive to any modern commando. So, 23 years later, did predators update their technology? It’s quite interesting to see both versions of predator in a go and see the differences.Nevertheless predators found much appreciation around recycled art practitioners who just love to make their sculptures. Once only seen at movie museums, these sculptures have gained commonplace among households. Can you spot the physical difference between sculptures of 1989 predator and 2010’s predators?

Various forms of Predator’s Sculpture:

Sculptures made out of recycled art have their own peculiar beauty, far more entertaining and pleasing than that of traditional steel sculptures. Predator’s sculptures are best suited to be placed in studies rooms or TV lounges. This is where they inspire most exciting feelings and ideas.Anyhow, there are various forms of predators, varying in their sizes, weapons and shields. And commonly used parts are nuts, bolts, bike chains, spark plugs and screws etc. Based on different designs, these sculptures carry different amazing features. Their weapons are removable and replaceable. Sometimes, these metal crafts can move their head and torso. List can extend to various pages.

Custom Predator’s Sculpture:

How does it sound when you are asked to choose any features that you may like to bring with predators. Of course, in movies such effects can always be created but what about having cool physical features in sculptures? It’s rather about engineering and art working together. You can have your custom made predator’s sculpture as well. Besides chain ball and axe, you can hand them over sniper guns and belt them with hand grenades. I have often thought of getting predators sculptures made for ghost-rider bikes.

Only time will tell what predators will look like in next sequels or what next technologies they would carry along. Until then, recycled art creates more refined, more sustainable and more loveable sculptures. Have your predator and be the part of next generation predators’ crew.

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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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