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Milwaukee Modern Transforms a ’75 Lincoln Continental Car Hood Into a Portrait of Abe Lincoln

Posted By Michael Stodola On February 11, 2013 @ 4:30 pm In Art,Design,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Milwaukee Modern [1] turns the discarded and unloved into beautiful art for the home or office. Above they transformed the hood of a 1975 Lincoln Continental by grinding a rusted image of Abraham Lincoln [2] ground into its paint. The piece is approximately 75 lbs, but can be mounted on the wall like any piece of hanging art. Check out their site here [1] to see other upcycled pieces and to learn more about custom works!

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[2] Abraham Lincoln: http://inhabitat.com/spiraling-tower-of-15000-books-celebrates-abraham-lincoln-at-the-fords-theatre/

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