Instead of throwing away old and broken CDs, African-born, Australia-based artist Sean E Avery gives them new life by recycling them into amazing animal sculptures.

“My sculptures are all constructed with recycled materials – old CDs, computer hard drives, etc., so I classify my work as “sustainable art”. They’re a lot of fun to make, but they take an extremely long time to finish, so I don’t do a lot of them”-Sean E Avery

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