Gasoline Canister Sculptures by Gerd Rohling
gallery Piet Hein Eek features a series of brilliantly inventive sculptures made from discarded gasoline containers which he has simply cut into angular faces. Some of the faces seem to be sporting masks, while others have halos and hats made from rubber tires and waste baskets. Rohling's work is a visually striking statement against pollution and serves as a reminder to recycle plastic waste.
Find out more about Gerd Rohling's work here.