To spread his message about endless waste production, Portuguese street artist Bordalo II (Artur Bordalo) creates stunning animal sculptures. However, unlike most artists, Bordalo doesn't buy his material - he scavenges it. He seeks to portray nature (animals) with the materials that threaten it.


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Bored Panda has already written about Bordalo here and here but it's clear that the artist isn't going to stop his work anytime soon. While he started working in Portugal, now he is going global. His latest journeys feature stops in Estonia and the USA. He's bold, he's determined, and he's consistent - let's hope that Bordalo will stay this way and continue his fight.

More info: bordaloii.comFacebook | Instagram (h/t: colossal)

#1 Fox

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Evisa Isabella Rose 11 months ago

Amazing!!!

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#2 Weasel

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Jacinta Bogicevic 11 months ago

Smart to think of doing that!

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#3 Ouriço

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Austin Artist 11 months ago

Love the detail

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#4 Yuwana

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Kopitiam English 11 months ago

Mind blowing work....

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#5 Rabbit

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Enomfon Asuquo 2 months ago

Oh wow that's beautiful

#6 Trash Kitten

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Evisa Isabella Rose 11 months ago

Love the details on that bucket..!!! ΧD

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#7 Pelican

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Evisa Isabella Rose 11 months ago

Excellent! Everything could be a canvas for an artist! Even a wrecked ship!

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#8 Flying Squirrel Close Up

Flying Squirrel Close Up

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Kadi Kenk 11 months ago

A suitable location especially since it is on the wall of the headquarters of World Cleanup Day 2018 :) www.letsdoitworld.org #letsdoit #worldcleanupday2018 and it is the animal on the Estonian Nature Fund "coat of arms".

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#9 Camaleão

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Austin Artist 11 months ago

Again - love your work it's just fabulous!

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