Sue Bell Makes Useful Art Out Of Animal Waste

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Mar 9, 2010 • References: dungbunnies & environmentalgraffiti
Okay lets get the corny puns out of the way. This story stinks, Sue Bell's art is crap. Well yes, Sue Bell does make crappy critter creations and she is proud of it. This sculptor does not work with clay, or stone or wood; her material of choice is horse manure.

Not only is the idea original, but it's good for the environment, as the slowly decomposing manure naturally fertilizes nearby plants. The Dung Bunnies, as they are called, come in the form of many different types of crappy critters such as donkeys, cats, turtles and even a married couple.

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