British artist Robert Bradford (RobertBradford) creates a variety of sculptures from toys, plastic parts and other unnecessary trash. Many sculptures cause a wide range of emotional reactions in society. Along with harmless dogs and rabbits, the artist creates sculptures of toys depicting the angels of death, Kalashnikov assault rifles, technobots and other complex characters. By the way, some of them reach a height of two meters! And all this - from the forgotten, discarded and becomeUnnecessary children's toys, as well as from various plastic parts and debris. The designer uses glue to connect the finds from the dumps-sales and create a surprisingly detailed sculpture of a man or an animal. In some copies, the number of used parts reaches three thousand or more. Of course, because of the fact that toys of different sizesAnd often have no relation to each other, the sculptures themselves are not very beautiful and correct from an aesthetic point of view. The proportions are not fully observed, and the arms and legs can be of different lengths. Nevertheless, the designer's works are popular, and many sculptures from toys are sold for 13,000 euros! Each such sculpture is completely handmade. Hard work requires attention, perseverance and patience. Yes, and the process itself is important from an environmental point of view, because the designer actually processes unnecessary old materials in new ones. And it can everyone!