American sculptor from Portland creates his work from the unnecessary parts and other metal elements. The idea, frankly, is not new, but certainly worthy of our attention and the public with their creativity.
Not least because it creates a waste really elegant, and sometimes even practical things. But this appeal and interest in the work of Brian Mock (Brian Mock) is not limited. Sculptor regularly participates in exhibitions, including personal, throughout North America. It is said Brian, it is enough to see in front of a pile of scrap metal, as he draws in mind images of future sculptures. Sometimes, the work is delayed, due to lack of the required number of parts shapes and sizes. But these are isolated cases. Most often, the sculptor is finalizing the details of its own. As you have probably realized, all the sculptures are created by welding. Special attention is given two copies of guitars Gibson.