French artist Bernard Pras is well known for his unbelievable found-object installations. In anamorphic artworks like these, he "hides" his images in piles of what seems to be... well, junk. They can only be seen from just the right angle, which is sometimes assisted by viewing through a viewing window/frame placed in just the right spot. To create the anamorphic effect, he carefully plans the whole installation and carefully places seemingly random objects, selecting them by color and size so that they would resemble a famous portrait or image when viewed from a certain perspective. Pras uses plastic waste, old pills, boxes, bags, packs, dolls, toys, musical instruments, household objects, and pretty much anything that seems right for the color and texture he needs. The results are pretty amazing! See more of his work here: http://drkmttr.net/featured-artists/featured-artist-bernard-pras/ Artist's website: http://bernardpras.fr
Junk Metal Art Sculptures Recycled Reclaimed Re purposed. This is a compiled set of works of art. Check out my videos of my other art works from junk metal. Thanks for watching.
Spark plug airplane, welding junk art, auto parts art, whatever you want to call it. I took an old spark plug, some scrap metal, welded it all together and ended up with a spark plug airplane. Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefoxshop1 Follow me on Twitter: www.twitter.com/thefoxshop Follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thefoxshop1 Email: email@example.com Music by DJ QUADS https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Channel Icon Designed By: Backwoods Graphixs https://facebook.com/BackwoodsGraphixs/ Fan Mail: The Fox Shop 2200 NW 159th St. Ste. 400 PMB: 433 Clive, Iowa 50325
One man's junk is another's sculpture! Zimbabwean artist Johnson Zuze creates art out of waste. Take a look!
This guy makes really awesome yard art out of metal junk. Very cool!
These sculptures were all fabricated by James Corbett from salvaged junk car parts from the 1950's and 1960's. His sculptures are made of gears, spark plugs, exhaust, radiators, ect. James meticulously cleans every part and then welds them together. View his website at: http://www.jamescorbettart.com/
My own sculptures made from discarded metal objects as shown. Turning discarded objects into something to look at. Thanks for watching. :0)
CRAZY EMOJI TATTOO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTdd5zfm3zQ&spfreload=10