Gallery: 6 Monstrous Sculptures Made From Recycled Vehicles

 
Inspired from Prehistoric Stonhedge landmark in Western England, artist Jim Reinders built a stunning replica replacing the spiritual stones from grey painted trucks and cars. A tribute to his father, Carhenge is a the large-scale sculpture built in Nebraska also attrackts thousands of worshippers every year while questioning when will be the death of the car.

Wing Wah’s Incredible Metal Transformers Robots

A work by Chinese artist Wing Wah, these huge, incredible robots are built from all sorts of scrap metal coming from the automotive industry. Inspired by the Transformers movies, they are part of the “Legend of Iron” project, and they have the added benefit of reducing landfill waste and turning it into a colorful treasure.

 

Travis Pond’s Elaborated Motorcycle Beasts

Skilled artist Travis Pond from Steel Pond created some bestial animal sculptures by recycling deconstructed motorcyles. By welding together all sorts of elements like nuts, bolts and random Honda and Yamaha metal parts he creates stunningly expressive owls, cranes and dragons that are both beautiful and slightly ominous.

 

 

Edouards Martinet’s Delicate Sculptures From Old Bike Parts

French creator Edouards Martinet gives good use to bicycle parts and other assorted objects he founds at local flea/markets. He doesn’t use any welding for his art, he just secure the parts using screws and a lot of patience to give our favourite two-wheelers a new life as birds, insects and sea creatures.

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