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Thomas Danbo creates larger than life sculptures from recycled wood

 
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Just in case we run out of ideas for recycling pallets.....I think these are wonderful and a lot of fun!
http://thomasdambo.com/works/forgotten-giants/


http://thomasdambo.com/works/little-tilde/

Little Tilde

Vallensbæk, 2016

Little Tilde is a recycle sculpture Thomas Dambo made as a part of the larger project “Forgotten Giants”. The project consists of 6 large sculptures made in the outskirts of Copenhagen. Common for all sculptures is that they are made solely from local scrapwood and recycled materials, and made in a hidden beautiful location. This way it invites the viewers to go on a treasure hunt, not only to see the sculptures, but also to discover hidden gems in nature.

 
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Too cool! I love it!
 
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How fun!
 
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