The feeling of giving selflessly is something which belongs to a different league totally. Josh Welton is one such person who raises funds for two charities, Lifebuilders Detroit and Home Fur-Ever. By creating and selling motorcycle sculptures throughout the year, he raises the necessary funds to support these two organizations. Made out of completely recycled salvaged materials, Josh’s sculptures have lent a helping hand to nature.
Created, crafted and sculpted out of discarded nuts, bolts, screws, nails, tubing and extra pieces of junk Josh could salvage out of his backyard, he puts them all to good use. He simply welds all the pieces together in the form of a motorcycle. Operating from Mt. Clemens, Michigan, Josh proudly states that his creations are very much eco-friendly and cater to the betterment of nature.
His 152nd sculpture, christened as the The Pacific, and other pieces are sold for a price of $140 in the market. Shipping charges are of course extra.
Available with dimensions of 7” length, 2.5” height and 2” width, this motorcycle comes along with a signed and numbered certificate.