Aggressive Xpansion

Galvanizing Delight

“Aggressive Xpansion” is the third piece of work by Spanish neo-futurist artist Viktor Ferrando, within a series of related works called “Planet Ferrovia”. Railway scrap materials have been used to build up each of the individual sculptures and in the case of “Aggressive Xpansion” all the steel has been galvanized. This has enabled the sculpture to be exhibited at coastal locations throughout Spain and several major cities across Europe.




Image: Angel Rosique

Posted on August 1, 2013 by untitled

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