The imagination of artists to reuse and transform everyday objects into works of art seems to have no limits. Sean E Avery, a teacher, writer-illustrator, sculptor and designer who lives in Perth, Australia, is not lacking in creativity. He creates breathtaking animal sculptures using old CDs that people are throwing away.
I use kitchen scissors to cut the shapes I need out of the CDs, then arrange each shard by colour and size. I then hot glue those shards one-by-one to a wire mesh frame (that I shape by hand) to create a natural fur/feather pattern. My sculptures usually take a week to make, maybe longer depending on how motivated I am to get them done!
Many of his creations are in galleries and private collections.
Check out some of his beautiful creations below.