Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Life-like Sculptures Constructed Using Metal Scraps



Australian sculptor Jordan Sprigg makes sculptures inspired by animals using parts from old machinery and metal scraps. The artist never paints his pieces, he keeps the iron in its raw state that highlights the natural ageing of the metal. His life size sculptures of owl, horse, cockatoo, grasshopper, rooster, hammerhead, and frilled neck lizard will leave you wondering as to how did he manage to piece everything together. His sculptures can weigh more than 700 kilos and has be sold for $50,000! His work was recently featured on ABC News. 

To see more of his work you can go to Instagram and to get updates on his new work go to Facebook.