وجد الفنان ديفيد فوستر استخدامات غير عادية من المسامير وهى عمل لوحات فنية ابداعية لصور المشاهير بدقة عالية وبشكل مميز ورائع.

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of David Bowie) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Marilyn Monroe) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

 

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of David Bowie) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of The Queen) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Steven Gerrard) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Mick Jagger) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of The Queen) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Steven Gerrard) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of John Lennon) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Marilyn Monroe) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Nelson Mandela) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of John Lennon) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS - (PICTURED: Nail art of Kenny Daglish) - That's one way to recycle! Meet the artist who doesn't mind if critics label her work rubbish after creating a unique collection of 'plastic classics' out of junk. The Queen, Kate Middleton and Albert Einstein are among the famous faces that have been replicated using buttons, broken jewellery and scraps of plastic. Jane Perkins scours local car boot sales and charity shops to create the pieces as well as using discarded materials found around the house. SEE CATERS COPY