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Inspiration: Al Farrow

I came across some great inspiration for this month’s project today! I’m positively in love with these gorgeous and elaborate reliquaries by artist Al Farrow. Initially I was excited to see something built with used gun parts, bullets and steel shots – as I’m looking to build this months project out of similar materials. Aside from being beautifully stunning though, there is such power in the symbols he is mixing… we all know that religion has played a major role in some of the greatest conflicts in history.

To view more of Al Farrow’s reliquaries and his other works, visit his website.
For a peek at the extensive process and time that goes into making one of these elaborate creations, check out

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  1. WOW! I agree! bicycle air tubes …. tire tubes/balloons came to mind just this moment. Can’t wait to see what you do!

    Monday, October 10, 2011

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