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Artist Carlos Bonil creates surprisingly realistic sculptures of skeletons, like this monumental fish skeleton called "Fish and Pail," from plastic utensils that have been fused together

Artist Carlos Bonil creates surprisingly realistic sculptures of skeletons, like this monumental fish skeleton called "Fish and Pail," from plastic utensil

plastic+spoon+flowers | plastic spoon flowers - Bing Images | dragonflies and other winged cr ...

Look closely and you’ll see what this plastic dragon sculpture is actually made of: disposable spoons, knives, forks and cups. It took toge at DeviantArt approximately 80 hours – more hours than dollars – to create this work of art.

"Body Parts, Live Breath Art is a series of sculptures in which the artist took pages and pages of recycled books and transformed them into spiraling, abstract impressions of body parts."

Recycled Books Transform Into Abstract Body Parts

"Book Spine" paper art by Bronia Sawyer, from the "Lungs, Body parts, live breath art" series

Looks exactly like the dog in the Where the Sidewalk Ends illustration. -- Beth Cavener Stichter | sculpture

Study for Self-Doubt - Beth Cavener Stichter - The sculptures I create focus on human psychology, stripped of context and rationalization, and articulated through animal and human forms.

Carlos Bonil Creates Intricate Art Out of Plastic Utensils

Skeleton-Inspired Cutlery Sculptures

18 Cutlery-Inspired Design Concepts - Turn Cutlery into Art After Your Thanksgiving Meal

Spatulas, measuring cups, serving forks and spoons come together in this awesome found object sculpture of an eagle by Japanese artist Sayak...

Found Object Art: 13 Sculptures Made of Reclaimed Items

Recycled art classes idea Spatulas, measuring cups, serving forks and spoons come together in this awesome found object sculpture of an eagle by Japanese artist Sayak.

STUNNING! from imgur.com. This was made from shattered CDs!

Made from shattered CDs.

In his mixed media sculptures of animals and insects artist Sean Avery creates fur and feathers using meticulously layered fragments of broken CDs. (via Animal Sculptures Made from Shattered CDs

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