Artist Shapes Old Cutlery Into Magnificent Metal Sculptures Of Animals – Design You Trust

Artist Shapes Old Cutlery Into Magnificent Metal Sculptures Of Animals

An artist from South Carolina, Matt Wilson has an old undying hobby of creating spectacular sculptures crafted meticulously out of old cutlery. His passion for metallic sculpture began in 2006 when he worked as a director of the Center des Beaux-Arts in Greenville.

Up to this day, Wilson continues sculpting his creations out of recovered parts such as knives, forks, or cuillères. He bends metal to his will bringing various types of animals to life, and we can’t get enough of his work.

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