Astonishing Giant Sculptures Made From Scrap Wood By Thomas Dambo – Design You Trust

Astonishing Giant Sculptures Made From Scrap Wood By Thomas Dambo


Thomas Dambo is an artist and designer who specializes in making art pieces, sculptures, furniture and anything you / I can imagine out of trash, also known as recycled materials. He also gives a lot of speeches about upcycling and arranges workshops for schools, companies etc. teaching people to build stuff from trash.


Thomas originates from Odense, Denmark. He has always loved building stuff and began at an early age to build treehouses, boxcars from old wood he found around his old neighborhood.


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