There’s nothing more impressive than seeing recycled materials turned into art, and that’s exactly what Lars Beller Fjetland has done in order to create these simple yet adorable bird sculptures. It may surprise you to learn that these unique avian creations are all former chair legs that have seen better days. Fjetland takes the otherwise useless material and then fashions distinct bird woodcrafts out of them to be resold. Now that’s being resourceful.
Lars Beller Fjetland titles this collection of bird sculptures ‘Re-Turned,’ and there are 500 birds in all. The packaging each bird comes in boasts that they’re "100% Recycled Norweigan Wood." Perhaps Fjetland is referencing the famous Beatles song or the popular novel by Haruki Murakami for added appeal.
Recycled Chair Leg Sculptures
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