Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown (8 pics)




Gathering spare pieces of metal, John Brown assembles his findings into sculptures of colorful butterflies, insects, and birds. Although the assemblages are formed from salvaged materials like nails and bicycle chains, the pieces somehow remain delicate, wings appearing just as thin as a butterfly’s own. After welding each piece together, Brown finishes the sculpture by painting the wings with oil paint, accurately copying the markings of specific species such as the Holly Blue and Red Admiral butterflies. The Wales-based sculptor has lived in the rural west of his country for the past eight years, inspired by the fauna-rich valleys that compose the region. You can see more of his metal insects and other welded figures on his  Facebook  and Etsy page . (via Lustik )

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown

Welded Insects Produced From Salvaged Metal Scraps by John Brown




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