Road and pothole art is becoming increasingly common as artists around the world transform cracks and seams into impromptu impermanent urban art.
Recycled plastic shopping bags, tape, and foil are a few of the common materials Dutch artist Helmut Smits used to make his inflatable car.
Over 40,000 plastic bags and 7,500 plastic cups were collected from schools, offices and local residents to create this enormous recycled
Plastic Bag Monste...
Birch trees and mirrors are used to construct these infinite Birch forest artworks, created by UK artist Anthony James to present “idealized destruction”.
Organic artwork constructed from seed shells and made with native seed casings and pods, is the focus of some extraordinary contemporary work by Australian...
, India’s largest auto manufacturer, is currently on display at the
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
until March ...
Brazilian artist Jose Geraldo Reis Pfau takes old metal, gold and silver watches and transforms them into stunning small-scale replicas of motorcycles.
Californian-based paper artist Sarah Burgess creates delicate artworks hand-cut from paper. Using the simple tools of an X-acto knife, paper and patience, ...
Enormous heads made from recycled e-waste is the focus of an amazing collaborative project from Argentina-based art collective
The common bicycle is transformed into a vibrant work of art at the hands of American artists Olek (Agata Olek) and Dev Harlan.
Wow! Artist Steven Siegel uses recycled and reclaimed materials coupled with nature elements to create temporary minimalist public art sculpture forms.