Star Wars Sculptures Recycled from Machines by Gabriel Dishaw

gabriel dishaw's star wars sculptures recycled from machines

“American artist Gabriel Dishaw uses discarded metal parts as a medium for his series of star wars themed sculptures. The artworks are created entirely from found objects  — typewriters, keyboards, airplane parts and computer chips — taking the trashed items and turning them into upcycled art pieces. His collection of star wars sculptures comes from a personal interest in the cult classic. He reinterprets various characters from the saga, such as infamous villan darth vader and C3PO, with new attributes; ‘samurai vader’ features horned metallic headgear. Through his recycled works, dishaw aims to create a dialogue about finding creative ways to deal with discarded tech in an environmentally sound way.”

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One Response to Star Wars Sculptures Recycled from Machines by Gabriel Dishaw

  1. Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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