Thrift Store Plastic Sculptures By Sayaka Ganz

There’s something so aesthetically pleasing, and so delightful, about sculptures made out of junk, trash, and recycled materials.

From the way artists incorporate manufactured shapes into the overall shape of the sculpture, to the textures and colors created by using found objects in the sculpture, nothing looks quite like a well made found art sculpture.  

Take these amazing thrift store plastic sculptures by Sayaka Ganz- each work cleverly integrates the shapes from the found objects used in construction, and the man-made contours of these objects flow into the contours of the sculpture in a way that feels totally organic.

Sayaka combines traditional Japanese aesthetic with modern forms and construction methods used in found art sculpture, creating incredibly cool versions of popular Japanese art subjects such as the horse and the dragon.

-Via Juxtapoz

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