Aluminum wire sculptures by Seung Mo Park

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Friday 8 November 2013

Behold! The power of Magneto! But his alter ego isn’t Max Eisenhardt. It’s Seung Mo Park. Park, a Brooklyn-based Korean sculptor, has manipulated tightly-wrapped layers of aluminium wires to form beautifully detailed sculptures. His series, Human, will amaze you with the amount of attention to detail and meticulousness that went into making these sculptures.

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Wood and aluminum furniture by Hilla Shamia

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By Luke Watson in New Design on Wednesday 25 April 2012

Israeli product designer Hilla Shamia has created furniture combining cast aluminium and wood: an amazing amalgamation of beautiful elements to create functional pieces of furniture. The process delivers finishes and details that simply can’t be replicated.

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Turning aluminum cans into stunning works of art

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By David Morgan in New Eco on Thursday 5 April 2012

AluMosaics is an art form that transforms aluminum cans into stunning works of art. Founded by artist Jeff Ivanhoe, AluMosaics combines recycling and reuse with creativity and imagination. Ivanhoe’s pieces have been featured in My Modern Metropolis, Travel Host magazine, MyTekLife magazine and the Pheonix Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, he teaches the art of AluMosaics to dozens of students in the Arizona-area, inspiring others to explore the depths of their creative imagination. 

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