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29 February, 21:34

Beetles and butterflies made from technical waste — the work of a British artist

Beetles and butterflies made from technical waste — the work of a British artist
British artist Julie Alice Chappell creates insects from waste technical parts. These miniature creatures are made with amazing realism. For example, the wingspan of a butterfly ranges from 5 to 9 cm.
Chappell argues that beetles and butterflies can be born from industrial waste. Her works are not just insect sculptures. These are creatures, albeit not living ones, created from old computer parts, television parts and various electronic devices that were destined for the landfill.

The artist approaches her work with special care. Her butterflies and dragonflies are made with such detail that they seem to come to life right before the viewer's eyes. Graceful legs, thin antennae and even details invisible at first glance create the impression of full-fledged insects.
Chappell attributes his desire to create insects from industrial waste to his admiration for nature, biodiversity and entomology. The idea of creativity first came to her when she saw old electronic resistors, which in her imagination turned into graceful ants with legs and antennae.
For the British artist, her sculptures are about more than just materials and shapes. This is a philosophy that encourages us to see beauty and greatness in seemingly unnecessary objects. Julie Alice Chappell's work is a reminder that beauty can be found even in the most inconspicuous corners of the world.
Source: mymodernmet.com

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