For centuries, artists have reclaimed items to turn them into their art.
1. Shadow Sculptures Made from Garbage
Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary things including rubbish, to make assemblages and then point light to create projected shadows which show a great
出典：Incredible Shadow Sculptures Made of Rubbish | Bored Panda
2. Leaves Made from Human Hair
Sculptor and installation artist, Jenine Shereos of Boston, Massachusetts, specializes in fibre and textile processes in her art. She regularly works with humble materials such as hair or thread. The fragile nature of most of her work can often be looked at as ephemeral, like the skeletons in her Leaf series, which reference traditional lace-making techniques.
出典：Jenine Shereos of Boston, Massachusetts, USA | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****
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Jenine Shereos's delicate leaf sculptures look like the real thing from a distance, but they're actually made of hair. She made them by stitching the hairs together on a backing, then dissolving that backing in water. Link -via Colossal | Photo: Robert Diamante...
出典：Leaves Made from Human Hair - Neatorama
leaf made out of human hair by Janine Shereos | See more about Leaves, Hair and Artists.
出典：leaf made out of human hair by Janine Shereos | Art, Craft and in Between | Pinterest | Leaves, Hair and Artists
Most often when hair is used as a medium, the results are creepy if not dangerous (beware the voodoo doll)! But
出典：Jenine Shereos' Delicate Leaves Made Of Human Hair (PHOTOS)