From Junk Drawer To Living RoomAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Whenever I receive “assembly-required” furniture I am often left with an inordinate amount of nuts and bolts. Either the manufacturer is providing extra hardware or I’m building dangerously unsecured furniture? Either way, I now have a junk drawer full of loose metal bits. I have always assumed that this situation would never change, but I have recently found inspiration in the works of Eco-artist Tammy Roe. Is potential beauty hiding in your junk drawer?
Tammy Roe hunts scrapyards for discarded metal and transforms them into bowls, plates, and other sculptures.
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