Marco Facciola and Stephen Washer believe that every piece of recycled material has a fascinating story that they incorporate into their art. These cousins from Montreal share a great passion for woodworking and recycling. Growing up together, they constantly came up with new projects and spent countless hours creating and getting their hands dirty. The inspiration for their silhouette compositions came when they made a wooden silhouette representing a large home renovation project that incorporated all the old materials from the house. From there, Marco and Stephen began creating a variety of wooden silhouette art from recycled materials. They use the colors, textures, and depth of recycled wood, ropes, hockey sticks, and other reclaimed material to bring their silhouettes to life.
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