One man’s trash is another woman’s… artwork? Jane Perkins is an incredible artist who takes what most people would consider useless junk or trash and transforms them into masterpieces. Literally. She has created the Mona Lisa and other classic works out art by only using buttons, bits and pieces you’d find lying around the house. It’s unbelievable.
Just because these are made of “junk,” the final results are anything but.
Jane uses her talents to recreate famous images.
She uses buttons, beads, LEGO, string and more.
From close up, it just seems like a pile of buttons.
But when you take a step back…
You see the beauty of it all.
Hey, there’s a dinosaur in that one!
Source: Jane Perkins via Bored Panda When you see the objects Jane uses, it’s hard to imagine she can somehow manipulate them into stunningly beautiful scenes. “I am a ‘re-maker’, taking inspiration from found objects and working them into something new. … I love art with an element of fun and the unexpected, and hope my work will make you smile!” – Jane Perkins. To learn more about Jane, please visit her website. It certainly made us smile. Spread her incredible work by sharing this article.
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