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Sculpture recyclé Sayaka Ganz uses common plastic and metal objects to build his sculptures --- look closely Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Art, Art Amour, Street Art, Creation Art, Inspiration Art, Art Moderne, Recycled Art, Art Design

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les sculptures recyclés de Sayaka Ganz à base d'objets plastiques usuels

Animal Sculptures Made from Reclaimed Household Objects sculpture recycling animals // by Sayaka Ganz Horse Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Museum, Wire Sculptures, Outdoor Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Art Museum, Abstract Art, Illustration Manga

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Sayaka Ganz - Emergence - installation art from discarded plastic horse sculpture art Sculpture Metal, Horse Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Ideas, Vitrine Design, Instalation Art, Wow Art, Equine Art, Art Plastique

Most discarded objects such as plastic toys, utensils and metal objects will fall fate to an eternity in a landfill, but artist Sayaka Ganz sees a second life in them.

Animal Sculptures Made from Reclaimed Household Objects sculpture recycling animals // by Sayaka Ganz Horse Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Museum, Wire Sculptures, Outdoor Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Art Museum, Abstract Art, Illustration Manga

Sayaka Ganz's Animal Sculptures Made of Salvaged Plastic | Yatzer

Many artists seem to enjoy experimenting with the idea of downcycling by reusing waste materials in order to create inspired artworks. However, when this passion is supported by a genuine belief in the value of resources, the result cannot be anything less than breathtaking.

Sayaka’s recycled sculptures Fish Sculpture, Modern Sculpture, Environmental Sculpture, Anatomy Sculpture, Trash Art, Scrap Metal Art, Shape Art, Found Art, Metal Artwork

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Sayaka Kajita Ganz was born in Japan but now she's living and working in Indiana, USA. She use discarded objects, mainly made in plastic, like kitchen tools, hangers, etc, to create stunning sculptures inspired by animals and nature. She says about her work It is a way for me to contemplate and remind myself that even if there is conflict right now, there is a way for all the pieces to fit together..

Using possibly the cheapest material around—thrift store plastics that have already been used or trashed—Sayaka Kajita Ganz still manages to make pieces that look downright priceless Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Art, How To Make Tutu, Trash Art, Trends Magazine, Weird Shapes, Woodworking Projects That Sell, Plastic Art, Recycled Art

Sayaka Ganz Recycled Sculptures

Using possibly the cheapest material around—thrift store plastics that have already been used or trashed—Sayaka Kajita Ganz still manages to make pieces that look downright priceless (and sell for over US$ 12,500 each). Born in Yokohama, Japan, Sayaka explains that, "Japanese Shinto beliefs are such that all objects and organisms have spirits, and objects that are discarded before their time weep at night inside the trash bin... or so they teach children at many preschools." Whether truth or…

Recycled plastic animal sculptures by Sayaka Ganz Plastic Art, Plastic Animals, Bird Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Trash Art, Random Humor, Unusual Animals, Recycled Art, Teaching Art

Sayaka Ganz; Reclaimed Creations - Vibrant sculptures of the natural world and animals made from discarded materials

Vibrant sculptures of the natural world and animals made from discarded materials

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