Creative Pencil Sculptures

Apr 3, 2009 23 comments

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  1. Bacanshishimo, loco

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  2. I CAN'T BELIEVE TREES DIED FOR THIS! WHAT AN UTTER AND TOTAL WASTE OF A NATURAL RESOURCE!

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  3. If you go kill yourself we'll waste less trees. SAVE THE TREES!

    Moron.

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  4. YES! KILL THE TREES! Sorry if I'm a little emotional, but a tree killed my mother. Muthafucker messed her up real good. I wouldn't shed a tear if we tore them all down and made art projects of their bodies. BURN 'EM! BURN 'EM ALL!

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  5. Awesome, I like the third one especially. Looks like an alien from Half Life or Ben 10

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  6. What's with the ears on the fourth one? Photochop?

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  7. I'm all about saving the trees, but I wouldn't call this a waste of natural resources. If anything this is an incredible medium of art because (heaven forbid) these pieces should ever end up in a land fill, they'd biodegrade a hell of a lot better than if they had been sculpted out of iron or some other metal.

    Besides, it's not like this artist went and cut down trees themselves purposely for this project. These colored pencils had already been produced, so they might as well be put to good use. Plus, the artist CHOSE wooden colored pencils over some other product made of plastic or marble or whatever else to sculpt with, which I think was a wise decision.

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  8. am i the only one that thinks the second one looks like a vagina?

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  9. Hey pissed off guy, I love trees too, but would you call any sculptor who uses wood a moron, or the fact that there are so many pencils in each one got you all mad. These pencils are probably made out of cheap wood that is grown and replenished for uses such as pencils. Go yell at the sculptors that use rare rain forest trees, or rich bastards who use them for their houses, thats what causes deforestation.

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  10. i think so too lacy

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  11. those sculptures look... wrong... just wrong.

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  12. These are impressive shows of creativity, talent and patients. I am respectful of "eco-friendly" but really most art uses natural resources. No one I know or like has ever thought the Mona Lisa or La Grande Jatt to be horrible wastes of resources.

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  13. its weird..if art is supposed to induce feeling into the viewer, it sure is doing so but theres something thats making my skin crawl. That unpleasant feeling one is going to get poked....

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  14. to Lacy: You mean it's not?!?

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  15. It's ironic that you call this a waste of a natural resource. These were used in an advertising campaign by greenpeace that said something to the effect of "Your signatures can help save these animals...

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  16. here's the link: http://theinspirationroom.com/daily/2008/greenpeace-pencils/

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  17. I really like the third one. It would be cool if they could make a ball.

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  18. i wonder how she manages to keep the sharpened pencil tips from breaking. colored pencil lead has always seemed to me to be more prone to breaking than normal pencil lead. i guess you'd have to handle them very carefully....

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  19. Great looking sculptures. Good thing about trees, you can re-grow them. They're a great regenerative resource. We use lots of them to print business cards. Most of our cards are made with recycled paper though. So I guess we're using the same trees over and over.

    http://www.premiumcards.net

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  21. My gosh people have a lot of time on their hands! cool looking but i dont want one....

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  22. Remarkable collection of sculptures made solely with pencils.

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