Rusty scrap metal transforms into animal and bug sculptures

At first glance, you probably can’t figure out what these insect and animal sculptures are made of. Believe it or not, they’re constructed out of things you can probably find at your neighborhood flea market.

A flea market is where artist Eduard Martinet goes every time he needs material for his sculptures. And no, he doesn’t live in Boca. He uses kitchen pans, car lights, old typewriter keys, and other other junk sitting around at car boot sales or flea markets to build his sculptures. Mr. Martinet has the uncanny ability to take something rusty and transform it into something beautiful. He carefully sculpts every piece after sketching every angle; the whole process takes a great deal of time.

Would you want these in your home or office? Of these creations, which one is your favorite? I personally am a fan of the frog.

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Daughter, sister, wife, mother and writer. I spend half of my free time writing and the other half reading contemporary literature. I like to start my day with half an hour of yoga and then I head over to my desk with a cup of green tea to start working on my sci fi novel. On weekends I like to head over to the country side for a breath of fresh air and to catch up with my mom.

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