Paul Hazelton’s Incredible Dust Sculptures
We know that the Brits are the best at many things, especially in creating great works of art. Take for example Paul Hazelton who makes sculptures from household dust, which he gathers from furniture, pictures and window sills.
Hazelton, 43, has created a skeleton, a briefcase and a moth from of a pile of dust bunnies. His latest work is a bedroom complete with a television set, armchairs and a wardrobe, and some of his creations will even be on display at an exhibition in New York this Christmas.
It’s a tedious process, and I never imagined someone could actually use household dust as material in creating remarkable works of art.