Artist Leonardo Drew is mostly known for his powerful and large-scale sculptural installations, which incorporate found materials such as paper, wood, tree branches, roots and mud. His cast paper sculptures (pictured above and below) were made to remind us of the remnants of everyday life. Oh yes, I think I just spotted my vacuum cleaner, shoe and trombone! I never knew clutter and mess could look so good. I’m beginning to think tidiness is so overrated!
View more of Leonardo’s work from a recent exhibition at Sikkema Jenkins & Co Gallery in NYC.