Artist Joe Carnevale should be be detained for vandalizing society's infrastructure but there's something too amazing about what he does that makes it seem acceptable.
Carnevale takes everyday objects such as pylons, barrels and street signs and transforms them into street art. From a tyrannosaurus made out of barrels to a warrior comprised of street signs, there's nothing that will stop this artist's creative flow; it just so happens that he takes interest in public items. Some might be familiar with the works of Carnevale as his 'Barrel Monster' sculpture went viral in 2009.
Joe Carnevale uses gardening tools, vacuums and broken items and combines it all to make sculptures that's not visible on a regular day. Take a look at these creatively crafted beings that'll stop anyone in their tracks.
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