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Danish artist hides giant sculptures made out of recycled wood in green spaces around Copenhagen

Thomas Dambo is a Danish artist specialized in works with recycled materials. With a special emphasis on his series of giant sculptures made out of reused wood that accumulates an amount of 25 unities made in a large number of places around the world, over the last three years.

Recently, with the help of local volunteers, he has made a new series of six hidden statues of giants in green spaces around Copenhagen — his hometown — that can be found unsing a treasure map or poems engraved into stones near each sculpture. And each one of them was also named in honor of six of the volunteers. The artist’s intention is inspire people to see the big potential in recycling and taking better care of our planet.

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Little Tilde

Thomas On The Mountain

Oscar Under The Bridge

Hilltop Trine

Sleeping Louis

Teddy Friendly

Poem with tips to find the next sculpture

Volunteers recycling wood from used pallets

Children playing on one of the sculptures

The treasure map

Written by Leandro Oliveira

I’m the CEO-founder of Visualflood, based in Feira de Santana, Brazil. Someone who loves visual arts and innovative technologies.

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