Lithuanian Artist Creates Stunning Steampunk Sculptures From Trash – Design You Trust

Lithuanian Artist Creates Stunning Steampunk Sculptures From Trash

According to Artūras, an artist from Lithuania: “I create steampunk art and use various antique stuff and metal details. I hope to get some support from you. There are my steampunk style works.”

More info: Artūras, Facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

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