This Artist Brings Old Truck Parts to Life with This Quirky Sculpture!
Published On May 06, 2016
When you talk about any art associated with trucks, the picture that flashes out at first is of some typical culture-driven painting with a socially serving motif or pattern that you generally see with conventional Indian trucks.
This one, however, brings you to a totally unordinary form of art that speaks volumes about the artistic ability it has gone through and the purpose it stands for.
The artist Mike Ross has come up with this peculiar idea from the misuse
of energy that conversely drives the very motive of bringing reforms to
it at all stretches. The drowning levels of renewable energy projects
and the mounting burden on the unrecyclable fuels due to overriding
consumptions, makes this idea come out as a great artistic appeal to the
matter that carries global concern.
These oil tankers put together in a really awkward position, perfectly
conveying the idea of the imperfections that are, by all means, a part
of unsustainable cycle of oil that is increasingly leaving carbon
footprints and pushing life into vicious ecological alert.
Standing four stories high this sculpture looks stunning from all angles. However, with all those surreal installation the sculpture looks to defy the rules of longevity and is too unnatural and abstract in the way it appears. But, isn’t that something that really makes it so exquisite to watch. Especially that arch dangling in the mid of the air!