Motorcycle Man Sculpture is Made out of Recycled Bike Parts

 - Dec 6, 2010   Updated: Jul 4 2011
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The life-sized 'Motorcycle Man Sculpture' is an amazing recycled art installation by 'Robosteel.' Based on the original digital sketch created by illustrator and graphic design artist Simon Roberts, the huge metal sculpture took more than 750 hours to construct.

The Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show contributed to the concept used by 'Robosteel.' The result is a life-sized recycled man made of recycled parts and pure imagination.

Implications - Recycled products instantly gain consumer attention as a reflection of the environmental movement. These motorcycle man sculptures are the perfect mix between recycling and technology. Technological recycling appeals to consumers who want new technology, yet appreciate a mix of old and new.