Junk Impressionism

Artist Tom Deininger re-created Monet’s 1899 masterpiece Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies, using found objects like plastic forks, phone cords, bottle caps, markers, lighters, combs, and children’s toys. Tom says, "The glue gun is one of the most important and essential tool that I use in my works. I like working with all kinds of materials. That’s the fun in it really. One thing that entertains me is the appropriation of an object to serve a function other than it’s intended use. It’s the way evolution works."

Find out more about Tom's work here.

via [Unconsumption]