“Junk” Portraits

Can you imagine the mountains of junk that are sitting in your home – really old magazines, junk mail, buttons that came out of nowhere, the little toys your kids stopped playing, that earring whose pair got lost, and a lot more?

Well some people have a creative way to deal with them. Scroll down to see how two artists turned worthless junk into priceless artworks!

Zac Freeman would definitely be happy to take all of that clutter from your house…

Travis by Zac Freeman
Travis by Zac Freeman
Steve by Zac Freeman
Steve by Zac Freeman
Jerry by Zac Freeman
Jerry by Zac Freeman
Garrett by Zac Freeman
Garrett by Zac Freeman
David by Zac Freeman
David by Zac Freeman

 

Psychology graduate Sandhi Schimmel Gold shows that you don’t have to be a Fine Arts major to make your own masterpiece. You don’t need expensive art materials, either. All you need are junk mails.

"1967"
“1967”
"Can I Get a Kiss"
“Can I Get a Kiss”
"Faire"Faire
“Faire”Faire
"Kate at Smokey Joes"
“Kate at Smokey Joes”
"Klio"
“Klio”

Some people’s talents are truly amazing – truly blessed to have the ability to turn ugly pieces of material into detailed, beautiful images and forms. If everybody had this skill, perhaps the world would have a significantly less amount of trash.

Have you tried checking if you also have this talent in junk art? 🙂

 

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