Freaky Faces: Repurposed Toys Transformed into Amazing Portraits by Freya Jobbins

Artist, Freya Jobbins, has transformed dismembered toy parts into these brilliantly bizarre portraits in an inspiring example of sustainable art.

Freya Jobbins is a Sydney-based sculptor and printmaker, whose unique portraits are a surprising assemblage of up-cycled toy parts.  Described as "an artistic exploration of the relationship between consumerism and the culture of up-cycling and recycling," Jobbins' artworks represent the role art can play in creating social change.

Simultaneously disturbing and mesmerising, these portraits land somewhere between Chucky and Toy Story. No matter how you look at them, you can't deny they demand attention!

Head over to Freya Jobbins' website and Facebook for more freaky faces and to learn more about her collections.

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