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Czech Artist Kristof Kintera Turns Mundane Objects Into Absurd and Extraordinary Sculptures

Posted By Helen Morgan On February 8, 2013 @ 3:00 pm In Art,carousel showcase,Design,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments

Kristof Kintera, everday objects, sustainable design, green art, reused objects, inventive art [3]

Kristof Kintera [1]‘s recycled sculptures distort reality and show even the most ordinary household items in a new light. He embraces a wide variety of objects as his materials, experimenting with alternate purposes and looking beyond the objects’ intended uses. Through different processes — some lengthy, some simple — Kintera creates brand new, alternate forms.

+ Kristof Kintera [4]

Images courtesy of Kristof Kintera [4]

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[1] Kristof Kintera: http://kristofkintera.com

[2]  : http://inhabitat.com/czech-artist-kristof-kintera-turns-mundane-objects-into-absurd-and-extraordinary-sculptures/kristof-kintera-installations/?extend=1

[3] Image: http://inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2013/02/kristof-kintera-installations-6.jpg

[4] + Kristof Kintera: http://kristofkintera.com/

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