Dense, beautiful sculptures made from thrift scores


12 Responses to “Dense, beautiful sculptures made from thrift scores”

  1. Sekino says:

    That second picture is my broom closet. I am not joking.

  2. scott ghelfi says:

    Reminds me of a woman on the last season of Hoarders . . .

  3. pete baldes says:

    Jared Clark does better work:

  4. kP says:

    Dr Ray Stantz: Symmetrical book stacking. Just like the Philadelphia mass turbulence of 1947. 
    Dr. Peter Venkman: You’re right, no human being would stack books like this.

  5. PaulDavisTheFirst says:

    thrift stores are fun; thrift scores … not so sure.

  6. rakatko says:

    After the jump….
    I’ve never seen such a callous misuse of flat files, card catalogs, and other types of cabinetry in my entire life.  

  7. Donald Petersen says:

    My parents are moving at the end of the month.  With this guy’s help, we could rent a much smaller U-Haul.

  8. nosehat says:

    Swedish sculptor Michael Johansson creates beautiful, dense sculptures made from charity shop and yard-sale finds

    These are certainly beautiful.  But I can’t help thinking about the people that donated their still-useful stuff to a charity shop, with the expectation that someone less fortunate would be able to keep using it.

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