David Wasserman's Tin Can Art

Neatorama reader Steven Wasserman told us about his dad's tin can art:

My father, David Wasserman was a successful commercial artist. In his spare time, he created monumental and beautiful works of metal collage depicting a variety of subjects, using small pieces cut from tin cans & soda cans. He never exhibited his works during his lifetime, but since his death I have been able to arrange museum, university, and gallery shows, & this website is another way to introduce him & his achievements to the world.

Check it out - they're amazing! Link - Thanks Steven!

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one thing about these hobbies is that you house get filled up with the same type of art really soon. It will be boring instead of special. But i guess you can use it to pick up a few thousand $ for that big piece of homemade art.
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My God. That's simply astounding. I'm always amazed at what people do with their spare time, the things that they create and then assume have no value to anyone but themselves. These are beautiful works of art. I'm so very glad that his son is allowing us to see them. Makes me wish that I could see what other garage artists are making, what kind of amazing talent there is out there.
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Wow, those are pretty cool. I laughed so much at "After this monumental work was completed, the artist's wife took a vow never to drink orange soda again."
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