Most people just pass by the usual piles of garbage, but there are creative people who, in the twisted pile of metal will see something unexpected and wonderful. Two British-born artist Tim Noble and Sue Webster have decided to focus not on the object and its shadow, thus turning everyday rubbish into something perfect.


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

However, the creation of such work sometimes takes several months. So for a sculpture entitled White Trash they had to collect household waste for 6 months and two dead seagulls.Tim and Sue bought a popularity on the London art scene thanks to this innovative approach to this case. They met while studying in 1986 and since then the talented pair reflects two sides, and even our lives – light and dark. Now their work is in the British Museum, National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Academy in London.

Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster


Chiaroscuro by Tim Noble and Sue Webster