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Birchills Automotive Achieve Quality Management Systems ISO 9001:2015

Jun 12, 2019

Birchills Automotive Achieve Quality Management Systems ISO 9001:2015

Oliver then explores different used stainless steel shapes being used to find the opportunities that he can mold and transform into different aspects of each animal. For example, a thrusted blank is used to create a wolf sculpture’s piercing eyes. A luggage rack that would normally be destined for a highly powered supercar now forms the foundations for the antlers of the stag sculpture, Buck.

It’s not just the material that Oliver aims to keep sustainable, the process of making the sculptures is also key to lowering their global green footprint.

The origins of this project started from trying to find a way to reuse material instead of it being thrown into a furnace to be melted down into something else. It is crucial to Oliver as both a global citizen, as well as an artist, that he keeps our global green footprint down while also raising awareness for the ever-growing problem our earth is facing with climate change.

The natural world fuels a lot of Oliver’s designs and his aim to preserve it grows ever stronger with each sculpture. His sculptures demonstrate that he doesn’t need to exaggerate the natural beauty of this world; the world’s beauty does the talking through his art.