Every day in the horse world, we get to see a lot of talented people with extraordinary talents. A lot of riders are trained very hard in order to deliver beautiful performance and entertain huge crowds. They have dedicated all their lives to horse riding, it is like every other profession that people do in their everyday life. They are making a living out of it although it is difficult to convince people that if you are really great in the discipline that you are competing in important horse events, you can earn a really good income and satisfy all the needs and wants that you have for your life.
Apart from these people who are fully involved with horses, there are also other people that show their passion for horses in different forms. They have nothing to do with the horse world however their artistic spirit gets inspired by the beauty of horses, which is something that happens very frequently due to the exceptional beauty that the animal has compared to all the animals in the world.
Let’s see what is the talent of this man in the video below. Recycled materials artist Blake McFarland uses recycled rubber tires to create amazing life-like sculptures of tire animals. Each Sculpture uses strategically placed tires which are woven and secured, creating the amazing muscle-like definition of the animals.
Each recycled tire sculpture takes around one month to complete and has amazingly detailed features. Blake McFarland loves being able to be eco-friendly by using 100% recycled tires to make his distinctive tire sculpture art. To see the animals in person is a true visual experience but until then check them out on the tire sculptures page.
This time, he managed to create a wonderful horse only with tire parts, which is absolutely fascinating and something that only a few people out of billions are able to do. This is definitely a rare talent, the horse seems absolutely real. Please give it a look and share your thoughts on this amazing sculpture.
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Posted by Horse Lovers on Tuesday, March 14, 2017