Female Torsos by Federico Uribe are Made of Unusual Materials

By: Annie Ho - Published: May 26, 2010 • References: federicouribe & thisblogrules
These female torsos by Federico Uribe are made using random materials such as keyboards and coins, that are put together into a shape that resembles a woman's torso and face. This is a neat way to save the environment, taking something that no one wants and turning it into a magical piece of art.

I personally like the one that is made out of keyboards--who knew that something square could be turned into a curvy human shape? Other interesting materials used in these female torsos by Federico Uribe are pencils, safety pins and plastic fruits. Stats for Womanly Pencil Sculptures Trending: Older & Warm
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