Now that’s what we call upcycling
There are two things that usually happen to old shoeboxes: They're reused for storage or they're thrown out the trash, either for recycling or disposal. In some cases like this one, though, it's turned into a work of art.
Looks pretty cool, doesn’t it?
Remember that wood-carved Toyota Land Cruiser from a while back? Well, we've found more of these woodworking art videos. But this time, it's a wooden motorcycle-a Harley-Davidson, to be exact.Unfortunately, the owner of the video YouTube
Just look at the details on this thing
If you thought a thousand-piece Lego set was hard enough build already, then take a look at what this guy just did: he carved a Toyota Land Cruiser out of wood.To be fair, though, you only need to follow instructions
We can't wait for our copies to arrive
As far as passion projects go, this one is right up our alley. Ian Magbanua is no stranger to Top Gear PH. He is our classics and customs editor, after all. Not only is he a gifted photographer, but he is also
Artist Erwin Mallari turns chaos into art
Erwin Mallari was just a regular office worker when he started painting the daily struggles of commuters in Metro Manila. In a series of paintings, he depicted the different traffic situations in the city using watercolor.Mallari showcases his mastery of the
Made of stainless steel and brass
Homesickness is something you will never understand until you leave your family to work abroad. It can drive a person mad if said person isn't emotionally and mentally tough. Which explains why a lot of overseas workers end up turning to
Rusting in pieces to a whole new level
To fans of the automobile, any artistic depiction of this land-based mode of transport is always worth looking at. And for an artist to use an automobile's mortal enemy--that is, rust--as his artwork's canvas, it requires both
Carving his own destiny
For this talented sculptor, nothing is impossible. Here's Franco Cagayat's story of passion, art and cars. Read about Franco and his sculptures in the May 2011 issue of Top Gear Philippines magazine.
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