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Typewriter Gun Series: Artist transforms vintage typewriters into guns

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Eric Nado, a 42-year-old artist based in Longueuil, Québec has come up with a very interesting and thought enraging artwork in the form of Typewriter Gun Series. Working with scraps of industrial machinery, recycled and salvaged from various urban spaces, his work has revolved around the storytelling of our collective past through nostalgia-imprinted sculptures and assemblies. Well, for his new bold typewriter gun series, the artist has transformed various Underwood Olivetti Lettera 32 typewriting machines along with few other brands into Typewriter Guns by reassembling every piece of the original machines.

Insane scrap metal art made from recycled car parts

Amazing sculptures by Scrap Metal Art Thailand

We here at MyCoolBin are fond of artists and designers who love to create their artwork using recycled materials and discarded items. In the past, we have featured numerous artists and their unique and innovative recycled artwork here. Well, the scrap metal art which we are showcasing today is surely the most incredible artwork that we have brought to you until now. Founded back in 2012, the Scrap Metal Art Thailand specializes in creating welded metal sculptures ranging in size from 1m to 8m high.

Crazy Plate Lady uses dinnerware as canvas for whimsical artwork

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Toronto-based artist Jacqueline Poirier is popularly known as ‘The Crazy Plate Lady’ on internet. This is because she usually uses dinner plates as a canvas for blurring the lines between dream and reality. Hence, she aptly calls her artwork as ‘Plart.’ Taking dinnerware to whole new level, this time Poirier has created another set of whimsical paintings on ceramic and porcelain plates, which seem to blend effortlessly into their surrounding landscapes.

Parisian artist +Brauer creates robots by recycling industrial parts

Parisian artist +Brauer creates robots with industrial past

Paris-based graphic designer and artist, Bruno Lefevre-Brauer (a.k.a, +Brauer) gives second life to old mechanical parts by converting them into luminous robotic sculptures. He has created a series of 14 handmade robot sculptures, which are entirely created using recycled industrial parts. Instead of working on technological features, +Brauer’s artwork emphasis on authentic and primitive forms of the robots.

Enam Bosokah creates photorealistic portraits using ballpoint pen

Enam Bosokah Ballpoint Pen Portraits

The exquisite photorealistic portraits by Enam Bosokah, an artist hailing from Ghana, are created using a basic ballpoint pen. All these beautiful cyan-toned drawings depict some of the famous African personalities, writers, as well as children and couples. Although classic pen drawings has been done before, but Bosokah’s artwork is simple yet full of details- it almost look real.

Artist James Rice turns spare spoons into intricate motorcycles

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People often have lot of spoons in their house, some are used daily but rest of them keep lying in drawers or cabinets unattended for years. American artist James Rice reshapes such unused spoons into intricate motorcycles, which have brought his art a lot of attention from the internet. His latest creation is the award-winning Bagger motorcycle that’s completely handmade out of stainless steel, just like his other automotive creations.

Animeyed: Flora Borsi creates surreal human-animal hybrid portraits

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Have you ever wondered what would happen if human and animal merge? Well, they would probably look like these surreal human-animal portraits by Hungarian artist Flora Borsi, who focuses in fine art photography and photo manipulation. Blending human form with animal kingdom, Borsi has created a clever photography series titled ‘Animeyed.’ This stunning hybrid series consists of self-portaits of Borsi replacing her right eye with an animal.

Artist Jeff Klarin gives unusual makeover to outdated tech gadgets

Future Fossils by Jeff Klarin

Technology is growing by leaps and bounds with hi-tech gadgets and services being launched every day. Last week, as we were busy with CES 2016 where hundreds of new products were launched, I was struck with a strange thought that how quickly new technology is changing our lifestyle. Also, how our latest acquired gadgets goes out of fashion in just couple of months. Well, to keep us reminiscent with this fact, Artist Jeff Klarin has created a distinctive collection of sculptures that includes outdated tech gadgets which were loved and used by people in the past.

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