You are here: Home Homestead Living Art Auto Parts Art Auto Parts Art by Keiren April 27, 2016, 6:42 pm Car Henge 38 Autos – Carhenge was built in 1987 by Jim Reinders and his family. The project was a memorial to his father, who had lived on a farm on the site. It is a faithful full scale reproduction, and accurately replicates the astronomical alignments of the original Stonehenge. Alliance, Nebraska. www.carhenge.com Flickr: ya3hs3 Car Henge By Jim Reinders & family 1987, Alliance, Nebraska www.carhenge.com Auto Parts Animals Cow By Miina Akkijyrkka of Finland www.akkijyrkka.com Cow By cow lover Miina Akkijyrkka www.akkijyrkka.com Swetsville Zoo Fort Collins, CO By Bill Swets Flikr: Toria Clark Swetsville Zoo Fort Collins, CO By Bill Swets Flikr: Bob Merco Swetsville Zoo Fort Collins, CO By Bill Swets Dinosaur Beetle A ‘Mutoid Waste Co’ sculpture from the Beautiful Days festival in Devon, UK. Flickr photo by Mark Massey. Robotic Steampunk Cheetah Recycled automobile and plumbing parts. By Andrew Chase of Salt lake City, UT. www.andrewchase.com Cow Miina Akkijyrkka www.akkijyrkka.com Spark Plug Sheep www.jamescorbettart.com The Best Auto Parts Art From Around The World Self Portrait Miina Akkijyrkka of Finland www.akkijyrkka.com Way of Roses Cross stitch embroidery on car parts. By Lithuanian textile artist, teacher and curator- Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene www.severija.lt Flickr photo: Kunstraum Richard Sorge Way of Roses Close Up Cross stitch embroidery on car parts. By Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene More pics: www.severija.lt Filigree Car Bombing Plasma cut steel car parts, 2007. By Cal Lane www.callane.com Sobreponiendose Installation of 5 VW Beetles and bicycles, 2009. By Betsabee Romero gettyimages.ae Ayate Car A vehicle that arrives at the border filled with a cargo of hope, but the line is hard. The aparition does not come – only rejection, immobility. The automobile as home, refuge, altar, interior becomes exterior, masculine becomes feminine, mechanical becomes craft, and urban becomes personal and emotional. By Betsabee Romero daros-latinamerica.net The Line Up (Dedicated to the Sarasota Police Dept) John Chamberlain, 1982. www.artnet.com Der Turm von Klythie, Berlin John Chamberlain, 1995. www.jwiesemann.de Remnant Gardens By John Chamberlain, 1986 Pic: www.joshuaabelow.blogspot.com Hedgerow Car mufflers, metal bumpers, springs, tailpipes, headlights, taillights and rotors. By Lucy Slivinski lucyslivinski.com Natural Rhythm Commissioned by City of Saint Cloud, MN for Public Library 14’ X 80’ X 14” chrome steel tailpipes, glass traffic lens. Lucy Slivinski lucyslivinski.com Home on the Range By Lou Wille purchased by City of Grand Junction, CO www.tyroleanlodge.com Cadillac Ranch Amarillo, Texas www.en.wikipedia.org Burial Mound Unknown Artist Flikr Photo by Jenny ARMAN “Long Term Parking”, 1982, Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete. 19,5 m. Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France. www.arman.com Seen in Durant, Oklahoma Artist unknown Flickr by Randy Herbert Ralph’s Auto Parts Route 54 Flickr: NoDannyfilm Dan Schenker Rose on Yellow By Michael Kalish www.michaelkalish.com Chevy Truck Hatch Table By Joel Hester www.inhabitat.com Salvaged antique yellow pine and original rear seat from a 1969 Ford Mustang fastback by Jesse Hooker www.contemporist.com Walking Miss Daisy James Corbett of Queensland, Australia. www.jamescorbettart.com Tu y Yo By Betsabee Romero www.betsabeeromero.com Pendiente-de-un-Hilo (hub cap) Would look nice over above chairs! By Betsabee Romero www.betsabeeromero.com Greening the Environment By Betsabee Romero www.betsabeeromero.com Greenhouse of old windsheilds. A project by: Sébastien Ramirez, Nancy, France. www.inhabitat.com Earth Mother Bondi, Australia Flickr Photo by Jesse Wong Compound Eye, 2008, mirrors, steel, hardware, 92 x 98 x 50 inches. By Graham Caldwell www.grahamcaldwell.com Round Out, 2010, blown and silvered glass, epoxy, lacquer, 17 x 26 x 8.25 inches. By Graham Caldwell www.grahamcaldwell.com Glimpse Mechanism, 2010, glass, epoxy, steel, hardware, 35 x 44 x 22 inches By Graham Caldwell www.grahamcaldwell.com See more Previous article Barbed Wire And Galvanized Wire Sculptures Next article This fertilizer is made from sunlight. Written by Keiren Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building. One Comment Leave a Reply This is really a cool website! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.