Artist Pavel Sinev creates electro-art sculptures from coiled electrical cables #ArtTuesday
So cool! Pavel Sinev is a Bulgarian artist who makes amazing sculptures from coiled electrical cables. Via inhabit.
Bulgarian artist Pavel Sinev creates amazing sculptures by tightly coiling electrical cables into the form of skulls, puppies, and all sorts of shoes. Each of Sinev’s electro-art sculptures is made from a single continuous length of cable that has been molded with the help of zip ties.
Pavel Sinev graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany. His carefully coiled works shine new light on common materials available in supermarkets and drug stores. From a watering can made from a length of garden hose to an entire car made from electric cables, his clever sculptures show new possibilities for re-using everyday materials.
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