The well-known environmental artist Artur Bordalo has jetted over Dublin to create an art installation during the next five days (10-15 April) in the city centre, adjacent to the Workshop Gastro Pub on Georges Quay.
Bordalo has a unique approach to creating his masterpieces – he combines painting and sculpture with a result that provides urban art with a new dimension. He is renowned for creating towering 3D animals from a city’s trash and waste. His trash art sculptures are formed using damaged car parts, neglected appliances, televisions, bicycle frames, discarded building materials, chicken wire, fans, barrels, toys, office materials and plastics. Bordalo’s vibrant animal sculptures are currently spread across 24 countries. Read More via HotPress.