Every beachcomber has encountered some form of driftwood, the dried pieces of wood that wash up on beaches all over the world. Few, however, have experienced 'Yalos Alanya,' the driftwood art created by Filiz Ateş and Christiane Alaettinoğlu using specimens found on their native shores of Alanya, Turkey.
The duo does not shape the driftwood in any way, so each sculpture is truly one-of-a-kind. I'm a big fan of the fish, as well as the pig that is eighth in the gallery.
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