Illustration for article titled Recycled Metal Reborn As Excellent Sculptures
Photo: kreatworks
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This is the work of Kreatworks, a studio in Phatumthanee, Thailand that specializes in recycled metal art.

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The members of the studio have over ten years experience making these steampunk and dieselpunk infused works. The sculptures can range in size from 50 cm to 270 cm, and each one is coated in a lacquer to protect them from rust.

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Making them looks like an incredibly complex process. But the resulting sculptures are very cool.

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Fittingly, they made this:

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For more, check out Kreatworks’ Facebook page or Instagram account. 

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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