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Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Gabriel Dishaw has a way with recycled materials.

Specializing in upcycled art and sculpture, he combines items like metals and discarded electronic components and assembles them into quite imaginative works. Dated technology like typewriters, computers, miscellaneous keys and other machine parts are brought to life as mechanical displays.

Utilizing cast off pieces from no longer needed objects allows the artist to create masterful pieces without attributing to landfill waste.

One of his works, the Star Wars Series, is a collection of sculptures that are recycled replications of characters from the saga. Fans of the classic films will surely appreciate these original reproduction models.

He has produced many C3PO and many Darth Vadar renditions.

 

 

 

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Steampunk Vader

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Vader Lux

This particular Darth Vader showcases the famous name on the helmet, cleverly spelled out with keyboard keys.

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Upcycled Darth Vader #3

This finished project stands over 6 feet tall.

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Clone Fembot

Other fascinating works have the same captivating force, as the attention to detail is incredible.

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Hermes from the Skull Series

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Satyr from Figurative Sculptures

He has also developed intricate displays for companies in a collection titled Corporate Commissioned Sculptures.

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Commissioned by Nike

Artist Renders Amazing Upcycled Star Wars Series

Commissioned by Vizio

According to Dishaw:

My mission is to create dialogue and help find creative ways of dealing with this discarded tech in an environmentally sound way.

This artist is definitely doing his part to creatively use up existing materials, and providing some impressive visual entertainment along the way.

All images are the property of Gabriel Dishaw.

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