Recycling is the best way to combat pollution. The accumulation of scrap metal leads to air and water pollution. Boulder-based artist, Mark Castator, has devised a superb way of using scrap metal. He has artistically converted different types of scrap metal pieces into many moon and planet sculptures.
Don’t you feel Mark has done an awesome job by transforming such waste scrap metal from sculpting projects, which he prefers to call droppings, into a fine piece of art? The designer has created many such pretty spherical objects and named the whole series of his design as Moons of Jupiter. He has also showcased his art at Walker Fine Art in Denver and gained lots of appreciation.
Scrap metal recycling is very important, as it reduces pollution and also reduces the need to mine more raw materials. We all have heard that scrap metal waste can be effectively converted into many useful objects, but rarely has anyone come across such delicate creations made from the same waste. Mark Castator should be appreciated for his extraordinary art that not only is pretty, but also leaves a message to reduce pollution by using scrap metal.