“Trashy” Art by Tom Deninger

Tom Deninger is an artist from Bristol, pointed to us by one of our fans named Jessica. His artworks speak for themselves, but few of more interesting items (to us) were pointed out by Jessica. Check out the models created from nothing but trash. I can’t believe how super-realistic they seem. We had something similar done by tape, BOSE instruments, Harley Davidson parts, and paint. Which one is your favorite? I’ve included a bonus gallery below these examples, so be sure to check it out if you will.




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29 Replies to ““Trashy” Art by Tom Deninger”

    1. It’s a whole lot easier for people to use paint or stone or clay to create something of beauty than it is for someone to take something ugly and useless and turn it into a thing of beauty.

      Not to mention, of course, how much junk the artist has kept out of landfills….

    2. Really? Really?? This is beautiful art! Art w/ trash is absolutely amazing! I am so sorry you cant see it! Id like to see you try to do this! If they just used clay or paint it would just be another painting or ceramic made celebratory! Invest in some glasses and take another look….

    3. really mr “van goh”? you wouldnt know art if it HIT YOU IN THE FACE. The whole point is it’s not used with clay,paint, or the 12 pack of craola crayons they give you at the intstitute you belong in.

  1. OH YEAH FIRST!!!!!! and thats hecka cool… i thought it was pictures before i actually noticed it said “trashy” pictures

  2. These are quite amazing, but I’d never consider them an optical illusion.

    Trash is just the medium being used for art; no different than a painting of oil on canvas. You choose the shades, textures, designs that best match what you’re going for, then shape and bend it how you want.

  3. Amazing art. If you think this just just looks like a pile of trash I’d get your eyes checked, because some of these are very, very realistic! The thing is if you look at the picture too large, it doesn’t look as good as if you view a smaller version, of move away from your screen a little ways.

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