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This artist sculpts cutlery to turn them into fascinating metal animals

Today we will speak covered. Nothing exciting at first sight, because the use of forks, knives and others spoons that we do in everyday life is not really recognized for their creativity. But it was not counting on an artist who is particularly comfortable with these objects and who arrives, with his immense talent, to give them a second life.

Because Matt Wilsonis his name, is a real ace of metal. And we must believe that he has found a passion in the use of cutlery, that you may appreciate. This American sculptor shapes knives, plays with forks and twists spoons to create faces of tigers or even birds whose details are quite unrealistic.

Very active on Instagram where he is followed by more than 80,000 people, Matt Wilson shares his creations in pictures and videos, and we could not help but make one little compilation that may give you ideas at the next meal.

Bluffing no? The sculptures are perfectly made and, although some are very complex, the animals to which he pays tribute are all perfectly identifiable. An art that makes you dizzy, especially when you look at the sculptures in more detail (see photographs below) and we discover the interwoven cutlery as if they were made of modeling clay.

Originally formed to metal sculpture, Matt Wilson had the intelligence to find himself a effective gimmick which allows him to develop his community on social networks. If there are thousands of talented sculptors in the world, Matt Wilson has stood out to create its trademark and even has an online store on Etsy on which he creates sculptures on commission.

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Credits : Matt Wilson

Imagined by:Matt Wilson

Video: Watch an Artist Turn Scrap Metal Into Animal Sculptures (November 2019).

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