A Designed World: Sayaka Ganz Graceful Sculptures Made from Recycled Plastics

Posted on May 14, 2013

Sayaka Ganz’ Graceful Sculptures Made from Recycled Plastics
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Japanese-born artist Saya­ka Ganz cre­ates sculp­tures out of dis­card­ed plas­tics found in thrift stores, con­vert­ing these unwant­ed mate­ri­als into grace­ful imi­ta­tions of nat­ur­al beau­ty. F …

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Sayaka Ganz Graceful Sculptures Made from Recycled Plastics
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