24.02.10 by Jeff

Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Sculptures made of reclaimed objects by Sayaka Kajita Ganz. Indiana.

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Reclaimed object sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

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Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • http://choplogik.org Chop

    VERY MUCH YES! Nice nice nice.

  • http://www.someperfectworld.tumblr.com Maya

    oh my. love the tension. i feel like i was holding my breath the entire time i was scrolling down – waiting for the sculptures to collapse back into the ground.

  • Jennifer

    this is incredible!

  • http://www.thestorialistcom The Storialist

    These are amazing. I love the eagle. These look a bit like giant swiss army knives combined with origami…

  • ynez

    i’ve seen plenty of junk art before, but never anything this good. the others i’ve seen, it was like, you have to allow for them they didn’t have much to work with. but with this, it was amazing sculpture on its own, and the trash added another dimension.

  • jackie

    FUCKING MIND BLOWING BEAUTY. Those horses are gorgeous. I can see and hear them running.

  • Miss L

    I love the fact it’s using trash to make sculpture!
    Who said we needed marble anymore!
    The horses ere my favorites!

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    Thanks for visiting Art Milk! :)

  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    I like the grills/rods/wire frames and spatulas in the fish. It looks like it has just breached, jumped out of the water and is caught on film mid-air.

  • emily

    Beautiful, the horses especially.
    they all have such movement..

  • http://www.selinaloveshard.blogspot.com selina

    beautiful tension. i’m going to remember this one…

  • http://icelander.tumblr.com Maw

    this is so cool! the horses are fighting to get out of the wall!

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