Portuguese artist turns trash into animal sculptures

Portuguese artist Artur Bordalo who goes by the artistic name Bordalo II works in his studio in Lisbon on May 3, 2018. Broken crates and worn pipes pile up in the studio of Portuguese artist Bordalo II, who uses trash to create surprising animal sculptures to warn about the dangers of pollution. The bearded 31-year-old has decorated the Portuguese capital and other cities around the world with his colourful foxes, owls, monkeys and chameleons. / AFP / PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA





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