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Hubcap Creatures: Recycled Sculptures by Ptolemy Elrington

Published Mar 2, 2015

British artist Ptolemy Elrington works with a variety of materials including hubcaps, shopping trolleys, scrap metal and other found materials, which he remodels into a variety of life forms.

His unique pieces have been exhibited several times in London, Brighton, Haslemere, Rutland, Salisbury, Scotland and also in Barcelona, Spain and Athens, Greece.

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