It may be hard to believe but piles of rubbish and twisted metal can make beautiful art pieces when put together correctly. The reason why we know is the artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster who have constructed 3D piles of rubbish in formations that cast some brilliantly shaped shadows.
In one particular piece they use six months of house hold waste and two dead seagulls to create shadows of two people (we presume them) sitting back to back smoking and drinking. We like a lot. Check out some of their work above.
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