Artist Creates Wood Giants And Hides Them In The Danish Wilderness


Meet Thomas Dambo, a Danish artist who works with recycled supplies. During the last three years, he made 25 huge recycled sculptures all over the world. And lately he has crafted 6 hidden giants in his hometown of Copenhagen.

“The sculptures are present in a few of my favourite locations across the metropolis, locations the place individuals don’t go to actually because it’s off the overwhelmed observe,” Thomas informed Bored Panda. “The sculptures can solely be discovered by utilizing a treasure map, or a poem engraved right into a stone close to every sculpture. These give hints on tips on how to discover the completely different giants.”

“I’ve made all of the sculptures from recycled wooden. Primarily from 600 previous pallets, an previous picket shed, a fence and no matter else I used to be capable of scavenge. Each sculpture was made with the assistance of native volunteers, and every of the sculptures was named after one of many volunteers.”

“I hope my artwork will encourage individuals to see the massive potential in recycling and taking higher care of our planet.”

Extra information: thomasdambo.com (h/t)

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Little Tilde

Thomas On The Mountain

Oscar Underneath The Bridge

Teddy Pleasant

Hilltop Trine

And Sleeping Louis

‘At every sculpture, there’s a poem that offers hints to seek out the subsequent one’

‘The sculptures are made out of recycled wooden’

‘Listed here are my two favourite supermodels Gorm and Knud!’

‘Right here’s a map that you need to use to seek out them:’

‘My buddy Jacob Keiniken made a movie concerning the mission:’