March 17, 2010

One man’s junk is another man’s art form

A coworker sent me the link to Incredible Shadow Art Created from Junk and I wanted to pass it along to you.

The shadows these pieces of artwork create are detailed and truly amazing. I’m not a fan of modern art, but I am impressed with these. I only wonder what the artists’ choice of medium says about our culture. With artwork titles such as “Life is Rubbish,” and “Dirty White Trash,” I think I can guess at the artists’ worldview.



  1. Someone once said that God is the biggest junk dealer in the universe. He buys (redeems) junkie lives then gives them a special place in His house and shows them off to the angels in heaven for all eternity.

  2. Geezer - that's a great way to look at it. And from that perspective, the artwork at the linked site makes a great statement, whether or not the artist was trying to do so. Thanks.


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