Artists repurposing moving supplies

Did you there are amazing artists that are taking everyday common storage and moving supplies and turning them into sculptural and visual art? Are you moving, packing or getting things ready for seasonal storage right now? Yeah, that’s a bummer. You know what you need? You need a distraction that will refresh, inspire and motivate you.

I won’t speak on behalf of the artist regarding intent but I do encourage you to check out their website. There are links below for you to do some more discovering. This is just a touch of the artists working with nontraditional mediums. Go out and explore.

Bradley Hart is an artist with a series of images he created by injecting acrylic paint into bubble wrap. More artwork can be discovered at www.bradleyhart.ca/

Bradley Hart

Bradley Hart

Bradley Hart close-up

Bradley Hart close-up

Mark Jenkins is an artist that works with packing tape. His street art installations engage the public with their environment and open your eyes to the possibilities. And you thought that packing tape was only for assembling and sealing boxes. More artwork can be discovered at www.xmarkjenkinsx.com/‎

Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Rogan Brown is an artist working with paper to create intricate sculptures. While his paper medium may not be the packing paper you find in your moving supplies, it should inspire you to what is possible. More artwork can be discovered at roganbrown.com/

Rogan Brown

Rogan Brown

Rogan Brown

Rogan Brown

Okay, now get back to that packing and moving. Break’s over, kids.

Note: All images are under ownership of the artists.

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One Response to Artists repurposing moving supplies

  1. I actually do concur with each of the concepts you may have brought to this post. There’re extremely effective and might certainly perform. Nonetheless, a discussions are incredibly brief to begin with. May well you please stretch all of them a little via next occasion? Thank you for your write-up.

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