Even as we cling to cars as part of the me-first way of life, cars keep insistently trying to show us that they are a stupid choice. They ravage the landscape with highways and parking lots, they ravage our wallets, they ravage our quality of life (if you do that hellish thing we call a “commute”), they ravage the atmosphere, they ravage the planet. One less-destructive thing we can do with them, though, is recycle them as art. All of the following are built entirely or largely from used auto parts:
by sculptor Miina Äkkijyrkkä
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Sink and vanity made by Ronen Wasserman entirely from the hood of a Volvo 240.
And of course, the venerable Carhenge.