The art of sculpture is no longer restricted by the conventional sculptural ideology of being a three-dimensional work of art, developed by fashioning pliable things and allowing them to become hardened or by scrapping or cutting off pieces from bigger materials. It is no longer solely a representation of things but is often completely abstract in recent times. It is not also only solid and static, it can also be able to move. Apart from being carved, shaped or moulded, it can also be assembled, fastened, projected in the case of a hologram, or designed in a variety of ways. As a result, the usual meaning and definition of sculpture are no longer accurate in defining sculpture.

The modern and most recent definition of sculpture according to Wikipedia is now that Sculpture is the only branch of the visual arts that is specifically concerned with expressive three-dimension form. This makes the sculpting option limitless and has increased the possibility of diverse creative imaginations.

The kind of sculpture we are discussing here today. One that is assembled from discarded used tyres which are repurposed or creatively up-cycled into sculpture. This is a very innovative way of reusing scrap tyres to save the environment from all kinds of pollution, global warming and deforestation that could be caused by mishandling tyre waste

Burning tyres or sending them to landfills has a lot of disadvantages that may be too enormous for this discussion so we'll have to skip some of those details.

Up-cycled tyre sculpture is the use of waste tyres to creatively build amazing tyre sculptures. The sculpture is first designed on paper and then the skeletal parts are framed with metals and then the waste tyres are used to coat the skeletal work. They could even be painted to make them look even more realistic.

Before you start as a sculptor, the first thing you need to plan for is a good working space. You do not need much room but just enough to be able to carry out your work easily.

Get all your tools and resources ready for the work, a variety of tools will make your work much easier especially if you are skilled with them.

Draw Design
Before you start working, it’s good to sit down and draw a plan of what you intend to design on a piece of paper. Precisely so you can see what you're creating, The drawing doesn’t have to be excellent. It's just there to serve as a guide.

Skeletal frame
Now it’s time to begin shaping, you start by welding metals together to frame the structure of the sculpture you intend to create. Don’t worry about the fine details yet. You will be referencing your sketches to build a perfect skeletal frame that will determine the overall shape of the piece.

Coating and shaping
Once you’ve completed the basic skeletal shape of the sculpture, now you can begin to add details to the work by coating the metals with sliced scrap tyre parts that will make the real image of the sculpture come to life. With the help of screws, bolts, glues and adhesives and a finishing touch of careful painting, it becomes a priceless piece of Artwork.

Finishing touch
Once the coating is complete, the last phase is to add colour and or glosses to make it more attractive. We must realise that this stage is more about your choice, whether you prefer your sculpture to be coloured or shiny is entirely up to you. so this is the phase where you can include paint or give it a glow to bestow a remarkable impression.

Ultimately, we have come to realise two major things, one is that there are stereotyped definitions of a subject, and the second is that there is no actual waste or end to anything that occupies space and has mass. In all of this, we can strongly agree that we are only limited by our knowledge of a matter, with constant study and research, we can make greater discoveries and help save the earth. With this kind of innovative creation, we can produce long-lasting and efficiently durable eco-friendly products. At, you can find lots of amazing products from tyres.