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 Paper Clip Sculptures by Pietro D’Angelo

Originally from Palermo, Italy, and later studying in Bologna, artist Pietro D’Angelo started his career as a sculptor working in marble and stone. Clearly, a radical change in materials has taken place in more recent years. His life-size sculptures, from what I could gather, are made by creating a wire frame and attaching large quantities of paperclips. They are not only very cool, but full of humor and character as well.

Creative humans and animals sculptures are so original because of its unique texture made out of thousand of paper clips.

christabellouise

christabellouise:

I’m freaking delirious