Pneu hand-carved car tyres by Wim Delvoye. The Belgian artist Wim Delvoye and his hand-carved car tyres work name Pneu is providing evidence of what masterpiece can be made out of the most ignored objects. In one word: wow!
Adding to his career of turning everyday forgotten objects into pieces of art, Belgian artist Wim Delvoye created his latest series “Pneu” (French for tire). Using discarded tires, Wim hand carved incredibly intricate patterns using .
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It’s hard to believe that each one of these used car tires is hand-carved by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye. The collection of tires features intricate pattern work with various motifs, like floral and Art Deco. A lovely way to turn trash to art!
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Beautiful patterns and designs carved into used car tires by Wim Delvoye. Detailed carvings were made by hand using sharp knives. Belgian artist transforms new and recycled rubber tires into unique works of art.
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