Enormous Metal Sculptures by Selçuk Yılmaz Embody Chaotic Effects of Climate Change
3 years ago - By Colossal
All images © Selçuk Yılmaz, shared with permisison
By hammering and welding more than 20,0000 metal pieces together, artist Selçuk Yılmaz creates massive sculptures that manifest the energy of the natural world as it becomes more damaged by humans and climate change. The Turkey-based artist's latest project, Blue Planet , took almost two years to complete and features a human figure in addition to Yılmaz's usual animals, like a nearly 10-foot-tall lion that weighs approximately 220 pounds.
Yılmaz tells Colossal he wanted the project to speak to environmental destruction, so he placed a...
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