Artists Upcycle Metal Scrap Into Fantastic Sculptures Of Famous Movie Characters

One could say that cold, raw, industrial and warlike metal has nothing in common with art. A group of artists called Kreatworks is the first to bust this myth. Located in Phatumthanee, Thailand, Kreatworks produce incredibly detailed sculptures from scrap metal (useless auto, motorcycle and machine parts) and other recycled materials. They have over 12 years of experience in Steampunk & Recycled metal arts.

With futuristic sculptures ranging from small to enormous, Kreatworks would satisfy any need: whether you want to put a cool mini sculpture at your work desk or tear your neighbor’s roof with 8 ft and 880-pound metal monster. Each large sculpture takes one artist about 45-60 days to complete.

Many of their works you will recognize, as steampunk sculptures often realistically portray iconic characters from movies like Alien, The Predator, The Terminator, Transformers, Wall-E, Pirates of the Caribbean and many more.

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