Rob the Snake

Public Sculptures by Thomas Dambo seen at Carrara Markets, Carrara - Rob the Snake
Public Sculptures by Thomas Dambo seen at Carrara Markets, Carrara - Rob the SnakePublic Sculptures by Thomas Dambo seen at Carrara Markets, Carrara - Rob the SnakePublic Sculptures by Thomas Dambo seen at Carrara Markets, Carrara - Rob the Snake
Rob the snake is a recycle sculpture build solely from pallets and various scrapwood. It is part of a three sculpture piece Thomas Dambo made at a large market in Gold Coast, Australia. The snake is made with an entrance in the side so that people can enter into the tail of the snake. The pattern on the snake Thomas and his team made using dark and light colored pallets arranging them so that they would make a pattern similar to that of a real snake. It was named Rob after one of the workers on the marked who assisted Thomas and his team, drilled holes in the cement etc and made sure there cooler was always filled with ice and bottles of water. If you were to stretch the snakes tail it would in theory be about 30 meters long.

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Meet the Creator

"Thomas Dambo is an artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Together with his crew, Thomas makes beautiful and fun projects out of “trash” / recycled materials, which they find around the city dumpsters. By doing this he hopes to inspire people to have fun and think of trash as a resource.

Thomas Dambo makes anything from minor design projects like furniture and interior design to small and huge art projects, often involving his surroundings and the people around him."

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