And was found at a garage sale. And was printed as is. Or so the comedy writer Mike Sacks would like you to believe.
Desert dunes, abandoned parking lots, glacial lakes, and weathered wood cabins provide the backdrop for Mollie McKinley's new mystic traditions.
Last year, Ohio artist Sandie Buffie took a bunch of dryer lint and made a sculpture of Lebron James. This is about that.
Denice Bizot repurposes rubbish collected in New Orleans to craft delicate found object art resembling fine lace.
A London show mixes found objects and collectibles to build and define a commentary on war.
Dana Robinson uses everyday materials to explore of-the-moment issues in Gainesville, FL.
Portia Munson brings her color-drenched feminism and provocative artistry to a multimedia show at P.P.O.W. gallery.
What began as an Instagram experiment evolved into a flourishing art project for Susana Blasco.
The American music legend picks and chooses elements of his industrial past to create a new metalwork series.
The Brooklyn-based Tyrrell Winston’s found art is both filthy and fascinating.
A raccoon made out of garbage? It's almost too perfect.