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Crocheted Masks by Aldo Lanzini

So at least when the aliens arrive, we’ll have these magnificent knitted masks to make them feel at home.

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Cows Made From Recycled Car Parts by Miina Äkkijyrkkä

Having spent most of her life working with cows, Miina behan purchasing used cars from around Finland and turning the scraps into giant metal idols of her favorite bovine. Just give them the ability to walk, Miina, and we can march on the rebel base. You and me, let’s do this.

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“Brutal Knitting” commission by Tracy Widdess/brutal knitting

Tracy makes custom and oftentimes horrific knittings from another dimension. Check out her page and ask for your own non-euclidean cap to wear, just don’t be surprised if it eats you.

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"British-born sculptor Tony Cragg uses color families and a carefully curated collection of flotsam and jetsam in his large-scale installations. Born in Liverpool, Cragg has an amazing collection of pieces made from found materials from household trash to construction refuse. We love the impressionistic charm of his pieces- gorgeous and graphic from far away, intricate and detailed from up close. 

From afar, Cragg’s installations take the shape of graphic forms, even one as a British flag. But up close and personal, the colorful shapes are made from things like toothbrushes and metal washers, all painted to create a stunning and colorful piece. His other sculptures include wood furniture, all of which are reclaimed.”

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Plastic in the Trees tapestry is made from plastic bags and recycled yarns by artist Julie Kornblum.”

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