A London Bus Driver feeds cats who live in wrecked houses. When the call of "meat, meat" is heard in one of London's bombed areas, graceful shapes slink out of the shadow of condemned and deserted houses and gather round Arthur Heelas, a London Bus Driver.
Mix Match China and use a single color to tie them all together. This stack of pink themed tea cups works well together even though there is a variety of shapes and styles. ~MWP - Aiken House & Gardens: Soft and Pretty Tea Time
Kirsty Whitlock: "Comparing herself to a magpie for collecting items that have been disposed and believer of “one person’s waste is another’s treasure,” Whitlock’s work reflects both history and nostalgia. She stitches found refuse into her artwork and then embellishes it with embroidery, wherein she creates a connection between the present and the past."
Junk artist Leo Sewell creates his 'rubbish' artwork from junk he collects from refuse dumps round his native Philadelphia. This piece is of a female torso. Click here to see more of Sewell's incredible art.