David Ellis Transforms Piles of Trash into Moving, Musical Sculptures!

September 18, 2012 by  
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Artist David Ellis ’ kinetic sculptures transform ordinary trash  with a life of their own. Each sculpture first appears as a typical pile of New York City rubbish, but the the refuse suddenly begins to move, creating a symphony of sounds that range from the thump of a trash can to the crinkle of a paper bag. Ellis’ sculptures not only recycle the trash that clogs city streets, but he gives the pieces a “voice” by infusing them with movement. Read the rest of David Ellis Transforms Piles of Trash into Moving, Musical Sculptures! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: David Ellis , eco design , green design , joshua Liner Gallery , kinetic sculptures , recycle art , recycled sculptures , Roberto Carlos Lange , sustainable design , Times Square , World’s Best Ever

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