Comment on Facebook From this revelation has come lots of wall-based art made with a pneumatic power hammer. And it was just such an obvious thing of beauty – it was so clearly above anything I had ever envisioned making myself. “I kicked the bucket and it flipped over,” he told NPR, “and the nails had cohered, oxidized – they’d rusted into the bucket shape. So Metal: Intricate Sculptures Made of Nothing but Nails
Most people use nails just to hang art on the wall, but Maine-based sculptor John Bisbee collects thousands of them to craft incredibly intricate sculptures into spiked balls, undulating waves, tree-like structures and towering geometric stacks.