Assemblages made from toys


These remarkable assemblage sculptures made from plastic toys are the work of Freya Jobbins:

My work explores the relationship between consumerist fetishism and the emerging recycling culture within the visual arts. Due to our society's overspending on children's plastic toys, especially dolls, the materials for my assemblages are very accessible.

Freya Jobbins: Sculpture & Print Gallery (via Make)

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    1. “Prissy” is not quite the word that comes to mind when I view the double-entendre’d cleft chin of the top photo…

  1. “Prissy” probably comes to mind when you read this:“Due to our society’s overspending on children’s plastic toys, especially dolls, the materials for my assemblages are very accessible”.

  2. The image above looks a lot like the classic early-80s arcade villain Sinistar.

    BEWARE, I LIVE! I AM SINISTAR! I HUNGER, COWARD!

    Obviously that was the artistic goal here.

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