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George Hollander’s “Goodyear, NewYear” Sculpture is Made With Used Car Tires!
Posted By George Hollander On December 5, 2011 @ 4:40 pm In Art,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments
It’s a “Goodyear, NewYear” for artisan and designer George Hollander . The U.S. Virgin Islands-based artist made this incredible light sculpture for the holiday season by stacking nine tires and topping them off with a plexiglass spiked dome fashioned from half a marine bouy. Strings of christmas lights are wrapped around the piece, and the core of the sculpture is illuminated by ten “daylight” fluorescent bulbs.
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