Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals

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Bordalo II has created a series of bisected animals, colorful plastics forming one half of the creature while a combination of wood and metal created a muted mirror on the other side. In one piece the Portuguese artist created a turtle with legs that extend to the ground, appearing to crawl along the side of a a low wall in Moncton, Canada. Other works are more monumental, such as a rabbit that extends two stories in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal, and a raccoon that seems to dangle head first from a building in Pittsburgh.

The globally-placed installations are the newest evolution of his series Trash Animals, large public works that address the impact our carelessly tossed waste has on the environment around us

Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals

Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals Trash Sculptures by Bordalo II Combine Wood and Colorful Plastics Into Gigantic Animals

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