Art can be crafted from just about anything and Andy Ralph puts that belief to the test with his unique and bizarre sculptures. Using materials found at local hardware stores or even littered around domestic locations, Andy Ralph transforms everyday objects into "works of unparalleled visual wit," as It's Nice That so perfectly puts it.
"Straddl[ing] the line between function and fiction, subjectivity and banality," as written on his website, Andy Ralph puts his imagination on display through his artworks. For instance, with Trash Clan, he has given birth to an extraordinary mob of overturned dustbins hilariously attempting to right themselves. Zenofence, on the other hand, is much more stoic. Andy Ralph stacked picket fences in a public installation to thoughtfully explore the way we carve up the urban landscape.
Andy Ralph Transforms Everyday Objects into Witty Works of Art
Meghan Young — January 23, 2013 — Art & Design
References: andyralph & itsnicethat