PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury
PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury

One of my favourite work partners Tom Cherry and I fabricated this 26m wide aluminium and steel set of wings with the peace clock in the middle. Each feather was made individually and it was a lot of fun trying to get it symmetrical on such a scale! Concept & Design: Joe Rush & Mutoid Waste Co for Glastonbury Festival 2015. www.joerush.com

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PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury
PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury

One of my favourite work partners Tom Cherry and I fabricated this 26m wide aluminium and steel set of wings with the peace clock in the middle. Each feather was made individually and it was a lot of fun trying to get it symmetrical on such a scale! Concept & Design: Joe Rush & Mutoid Waste Co for Glastonbury Festival 2015. www.joerush.com

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PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury
PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury

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PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury
PeaceTime @ PyramidStage Glastonbury

One of my favourite work partners Tom Cherry and I fabricated this 26m wide aluminium and steel set of wings with the peace clock in the middle. Each feather was made individually and it was a lot of fun trying to get it symmetrical on such a scale! Concept & Design: Joe Rush & Mutoid Waste Co for Glastonbury Festival 2015. www.joerush.com

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The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014
The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014

This epic project was achieved in a month by a very small team in a blazing hot yard just outside San Francisco for the legendary Burning Man Festival. I personally worked on the decorative and structural steel elements. The Camel Tow was approx 30m long by 6m high and constructed of steel, fibreglass, timber, water tanks and burlap. It was towed by Ethel a WW2 weapons carrier. Concept & Design: Alex 'Wreckage' Wright www.wreckageinternational.com

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The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014
The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014

This moving art installation was manned by a lost britallion and friends they picked up on the way who invited in the audience for a good old spot of British tea.

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The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014
The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014

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The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014
The Lost Tea Party, Burning Man 2014

This epic project was achieved in a month by a very small team in a blazing hot yard just outside San Francisco for the legendary Burning Man Festival. I personally worked on the decorative and structural steel elements. The Camel Tow was approx 30m long by 6m high and constructed of steel, fibreglass, timber, water tanks and burlap. It was towed by Ethel a WW2 weapons carrier. Concept & Design: Alex 'Wreckage' Wright www.wreckageinternational.com

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Living Lungs 2019
Living Lungs 2019

This 4.5 meter tall x 4 meters wide piece is constructed from recycled car parts, exhaust pipes, industrial machinery and sculpted tyres. These all represent polluting elements and industries that have led to deforestation and ultimately the climate emergency we now face. Our sculpture, hung from a telegraph pole, featured prominently in Shangri-La. The result was akin to a huge hanging basket.

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Living Lungs 02
Living Lungs 02

The Living Lungs, although having an industrial feel to them, are conversely soft and organic. The bronchioles divide and grow to create shelving for a selection of plants. The plants symbolise mother nature reclaiming, correcting and enveloping the catastrophic mess mankind’s insatiable appetite has caused. This provocative piece enforces the message that we need to protect our planet's forests and flora as we face the sixth mass extinction.

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Living Lungs 02
Living Lungs 02

Concept- Felicity Jones and Rusty Nutt metalworks. Design and build- Felicity Jones with help from Gemma de Cisneros, Rusty Nutt and Annalisa Mandia Planting design: Mak Gilchrist of the Edible bus stop (landscape architecture)

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Living Lungs 2019
Living Lungs 2019

This 4.5 meter tall x 4 meters wide piece is constructed from recycled car parts, exhaust pipes, industrial machinery and sculpted tyres. These all represent polluting elements and industries that have led to deforestation and ultimately the climate emergency we now face. Our sculpture, hung from a telegraph pole, featured prominently in Shangri-La. The result was akin to a huge hanging basket.

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Paralympic closing ceremony 2012
Paralympic closing ceremony 2012

In 2012 I was lucky enough to land what I considered at the time as my ‘dream job’ mutating vehicles and creating large themed floats of metal and scrap with the Mutoid Waste Co for the Paralympic closing ceremony. Credits go to; Joe Rush as the Creative Director, Alex Wright (Wreckage) as the Art Director and Misty Buckley as the Designer on this project

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Paralympic closing ceremony 2012
Paralympic closing ceremony 2012

Some of the pieces I worked quite heavily on were turning a tractor into a Dragon and also a throne with an elaborate staircase that Vivian Westwood sat upon.

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Paralympic closing ceremony 2012
Paralympic closing ceremony 2012

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Paralympic closing ceremony 2012
Paralympic closing ceremony 2012

In 2012 I was lucky enough to land what I considered at the time as my ‘dream job’ mutating vehicles and creating large themed floats of metal and scrap with the Mutoid Waste Co for the Paralympic closing ceremony. Credits go to; Joe Rush as the Creative Director, Alex Wright (Wreckage) as the Art Director and Misty Buckley as the Designer on this project

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Tree at ADM 2012
Tree at ADM 2012

2012 was a magical year for me in terms of starting to build on a large scale. I turned up at Robodock Festival at ADM and jumped in with a crew of 4 lovely guys to help create the enormous tree growing from the side of a destroyed building you see pictured. It was a lot of fun and I definitely consider ADM in Holland one of my favourite places on the planet.

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Tree at ADM 2012
Tree at ADM 2012

2012 was a magical year for me in terms of starting to build on a large scale. I turned up at Robodock Festival at ADM and jumped in with a crew of 4 lovely guys to help create the enormous tree growing from the side of a destroyed building you see pictured. It was a lot of fun and I definitely consider ADM in Holland one of my favourite places on the planet.

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