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South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

South Korean artist Park Ki Pyung creates striking life-sized sculptures that appear emotionally hollowed out.

Animal Sculptures From Car Parts

Animal Sculptures From Car Parts

A Pair of Window Shades Overlook Greece by ‘Achilles’

A Pair of Window Shades Overlook Greece by ‘Achilles’

Sirena. Parete scultura Commissione premio vinto Fae di faefactory, $3900.00

Sirena. Parete scultura Commissione premio vinto Fae di faefactory, $3900.00

Space aaver table                                                                                                                                                      More

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20+ Ideas for a cheap and creative decor

20+ Ideas for a cheap and creative decor

What a cool idea! habitatoshkosh.org #HabitatOshkosh #OshkoshReStore #DIY

What a cool idea! habitatoshkosh.org #HabitatOshkosh #OshkoshReStore #DIY

So neat! Russian artist creates Steampunk animals from old car parts, watches and electronic. http://www.boredpanda.com/steampunk-animal-sculptures-igor-verniy/

So neat! Russian artist creates Steampunk animals from old car parts, watches and electronic. http://www.boredpanda.com/steampunk-animal-sculptures-igor-verniy/

This Artist Recycles Old Watch Parts Into Incredible Steampunk Sculptures.

This Artist Recycles Old Watch Parts Into Incredible Steampunk Sculptures.

Steampunk cat (STEAMPUNK~In its glibbest sense, it can be seen as a way of giving your personal technology a goth make-over. Imagine a top of the range computer pimped out to look like an old typewriter, or an iPhone dock that lets you answer your phone using an old brass and wood receiver. But at its deepest, it’s a whole way of looking and living: and a colourful protest against the inexorable advance of technology itself.)

Steampunk cat (STEAMPUNK~In its glibbest sense, it can be seen as a way of giving your personal technology a goth make-over. Imagine a top of the range computer pimped out to look like an old typewriter, or an iPhone dock that lets you answer your phone using an old brass and wood receiver. But at its deepest, it’s a whole way of looking and living: and a colourful protest against the inexorable advance of technology itself.)