David Burton – Matte Black Sculptures

David Burton is an American artist who creates incredible work in a variety of mediums. Specifically, his sculpture and installation work which feature recycled materials such as frames and toys are painted matte black and create a jaw dropping experience for the viewer.

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Haroshi – Battle At The Berrics 6 Trophy

Haroshi, the extremely popular recycled skateboard artist has recently completed the new trophy for the Battle At The Berrics 6 skateboard competition. The trophy has a hand appropriately giving the finger on a plinth that says BATB 6.

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Airan Kang – Lighting Books

Airan Kang is a Korean born and Seoul-based artist and professor who has exhibited and taught in a number of institutions in Asia. This beautiful series entitled “Lighting Books” brings neon lights and other computer technologies to various famous novels and textbooks, which truly liven up the content.

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Ben Frost – Pop Art On McDonalds Fries Holders

One of our favourite artists, Ben Frost, uses everything he can get his hands on to create fantastic works of art. Here, he uses recycled McDonald’s french fry containers for pop culture icon paintings.

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Klangfiguren – Material Tweet

Klangfiguren is a collective of artists founded in 2009 by German Lukas Till Höh and Beutling (Daniel Dormann joined them in 2011) who produced works combining computer programming, video screenings and collaborations with different artists.

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