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Wire Coat Hanger Sculptures by David Mach

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Aug 30, 2012

Category: Living

Scottish sculpture and installation artist David Mach is back to his old tricks again, transforming ordinary everyday objects into stunning works of art. For those of you not familiar with David Mach, he has become quite famous over the years for pieces such as the Japanese Matchsticks Sculptures.

The latest work of art to emerge from Mach are these large scale wire coat hanger sculptures. These impressive sculptures include a collection of animals like gorillas, tigers, dears, but also include human sculptures, and even a Disney inspired Mickey Mouse head.

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