Victor Sonna has added one more piece of art into his Future Nostaliga Collection – IPSUM. It’s a bicycle brought into shape assembling junk parts of old tools and machines. Go through the bicycle and you’ll notice old screws, hammers, pliers, springs, washers, nuts and anything from old vehicles welded together to create the whole frame
The only polishing is the rusting color. It looks like an ode to rusting metal. Victor himself explains the perspective behind his creation in some lovely words:
“All we are surrounded by is in transience. What narrative remains while I transform the presence of things? The strength of destruction is my motivation to create. A quest for the beauty of the imperfect.”
Really, as a matter of fact, perspectives alter the way we perceive things. To a common guy with a repetitive daily routine, this thing would look rusty, edgy showpiece, but to some others it’ll be like listening these parts telling their history. Each one of them once lived to fulfill its purpose. Now, they are retired, turned into a piece of art.