Using found objects to make art is a great way to stretch your imagination. It involves taking materials designed for one purpose and using them for another. One of the most famous examples is Pablo Picasso’s Bull’s Head, made from a bicycle saddle and handlebars. It’s such a simple and humorous idea, but someone had to think of it. The challenge here is to make a robot sculpture using only found objects in metal. Let the games begin!
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June 8, 2011 · 4:24 pm
Found Object Robots
Filed under Pablo Picasso, recycling, sculpture
Tagged as arts and crafts for kids, Bull's Head 1942, found art, found art robots, found object robot, found objects, found objects in art, metal bottle tops, Musée Picasso, Pablo Picasso, Picasso Museum, recycled metal, recycled pop cans, recycling, robot sculptures, Tête de Taureau, wire