Life-size Dog Sculptures Made Entirely From Recycled Bicycle Chains – Design You Trust

Life-size Dog Sculptures Made Entirely From Recycled Bicycle Chains

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In her ongoing series Unchained, Israeli designer and multidisciplinary artist Nirit Levav crafts stunning, life-size dog sculptures made entirely from recycled bicycle parts, mostly chains.

h/t: creativeboom

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Taking old pedals, broken parts and chains, she aims to mimic the personalities of our canine friends.

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She said: “My intention was to capture the dogs’ gentleness and sensitivity, each one and its own unique expressions, despite the use of scrap metal. Hope you’ll enjoy it. I love to make people smile through my art.”

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