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Jim and Tori Recycle Toy and Gadget Bits into Unique Decorative Songbirds
Posted By Helen Morgan On November 22, 2011 @ 3:00 pm In Art,carousel showcase,Decorative Objects,gallery,Recycled Materials | 4 Comments
The pair began creating their Songbirds in 2006 and have since transformed a whole range of unexpected relics  into these intersting figurative sculptures. Even croquet balls and wheels are given a second life by the team, and are newly manifested as a flighty decoration piece.
Warning potential customers that the pieces are all found, the website notes that each inventive sculpture varies in colour and style as no two are identical, a charming reminder that each piece is repurposed.
+ Jimantori 
Images courtesy of Jim and Tori
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 Jim and Tori: http://mullaniumbyjimandtori.com/catalog/songbirds
 found objects: http://inhabitat.com/tag/found-objects/
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 unexpected relics: http://inhabitat.com/clever-recycled-furniture-made-from-undesirable-materials/
 + Jimantori: http://mullaniumbyjimandtori.com
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