A nighttime view of the Cadillac Ranch installation outside Amarillo, Texas.
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Recycled cars: Gorilla art in Vermont
Gorilla art in Vermont.
Recycled cars" Sculpture at Goodwood Festival of Speed near Chichester, England
Several four-wheel-drive cars are displayed on a mammoth sculpture during the Goodwood Festival of Speed near Chichester, England.
Recycled cars: Carhenge near Alliance, Nebraska
Carhenge, a replica of Stonehenge made out of (you guessed it) cars stands in a wheatfield north of Alliance, Neb.
Recycled cars: Trabant on garage roof in Prague
A Trabant is used to advertise an automotive service center in Prague.
Recycled cars: 1954 Chevy pickup cab in Mitchell, South Dakota
The cab of a 1954 Chevy pickup truck pops out from a mural painted on the side of a brick building in Mitchell, S. D.
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Recycled cars: Safe driving warning in China's Qinghai province
A car destroyed in a traffic accident is displayed in northwestern China's Qinghai province to remind motorists to drive safely.
Recycled cars: Falling vehicle artwork in Berlin
An unidentified piece of artwork, complete with warning sign, is displayed in Berlin's Potsdamer Platz.
Recycled cars: Citihenge, a Stonehenge replica, in London
A 36-ton Stonehenge replica made entirely from scrap cars marks the June 20 summer solstice at its temporary home of Potter's Fields in London's Southbank area. The sculpture, dubbed Citihenge, was later moved to the Goodwood Festival of Speed near Chichester, England.
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Recycled cars: Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas
Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, consists of 10 Caddies buried nose-down in an east-west line. Since the art piece was created in 1974, the graffiti and destruction of the cars has become part of the installation.
Recycled cars: Volkswagen Beetle in Houston art car weekend
A unique take on a Volkswagen Beetle rolls through Houston as part of an art car weekend.
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Recycled cars: Lorenzo Quinn's Vroom Vroom sculpture in London
Lorenzo Quinn's Vroom Vroom sculpture in London consists of a vintage Fiat 500, the first car Quinn ever bought, grasped in an oversized aluminium child's hand.
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Recycled cars: Cement Volkswagon Beetle on Manchones Reef in Cancun, Mexico
A full-size, 8-ton cement replica of the classic Volkswagon Beetle sits more than 25 feet below the surface on Manchones Reef in Cancun, Mexico. The sculpture is designed specifically to house marine life while exploring the significant impact humans have on our planet's ecosystems.
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Recycled cars: Spindle landmark in Chicago's Cermak Plaza
The Spindle landmark in Cermak Plaza near U.S. Route 66 in Chicago.
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Recycled cars: Requiem LT sculpture in Lithuania
The Requiem LT sculpture, made of crashed cars, dispalyed in front of Lithuania's Parliament building catches a visitor's eye.
Recycled cars: Grass-covered vehicle in Ramona, California
A grass-covered car in Ramona, Calif.
Recycled cars: Fremont Troll in Seattle
Residing under the north end of the Aurora Bridge in Seattle, the 18-foot tall, Beetle-clutching Fremont Troll has gained much notoriety.
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Recycled cars: Truck in a tree in Clinton, Wisconsin
A truck in a tree (or two) in Clinton, Wis.
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Recycled cars: Auto parts store
This car appears to have crashed into the side of an auto parts store.
Recycled cars: Gold vehicle on City Museum in Cologne, Germany
Workers install a gold winged car (created by German artist H.A. Schult) on the roof of the City Museum in Cologne, Germany.
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Recycled cars: Flying Car sculpture on Cologne's City Museum
Workers place the sculpture, dubbed the Flying Car, on Cologne's City Museum.
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Recycled cars: Sculpture by Hans-Peter Feldmann in Hamburg, Germany
This installation by German artist Hans-Peter Feldmann is just what it looks like: a car upside down on a parking site in Hamburg, Germany.
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Recycled cars: Keita Miyazaki with Organisms of Control sculptures in London
Keita Miyazaki stands among his Organisms of Control sculptures, made from old car parts, at the Battersea campus in London.
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Recycled cars: Rebirth 2013 sculpture in China's Hubei province
Rebirth 2013, a sculpture made of 13 retired cars, on display in central China's Hubei province.
Recycled cars: Tyrerannosaurus at Recycled Sculpture Show at London Zoo
Artist Chris Pilmore's Tyrerannosaurus sculpture, made from car tires found in hedges, is displayed as part of the Recycled Sculpture Show at London Zoo.
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Recycled cars: Hay bale art on U.S. Route 43 in Demopolis, Alabama
Hay, there! This car with hay bales for wheels can be found along U.S. Route 43 in Demopolis, Ala.
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Recycled cars: Artwork Tulip by French artist Arman
The artwork Tulip is made from a Triumph Spitfire car blown up with dynamite by French artist Arman.
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Recycled cars: Reactor 2009 installation by Dirk Skreber in Cologne, Germany
This installation by Dirk Skreber in Cologne, Germany, is called Reactor 2009.
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Recycled cars: Crash installation at Saatchi Gallery in London
Another installation by Skreber, featuring Untitled (Crash 1) and Untiteld (Crash 2), on display at the Saatchi Gallery in central London.
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Recycled cars: Lucy Slivinski's Hedgerow sculpture in Chicago
Lucy Slivinski's Hedgerow sculpture, made of automobile exhaust pipes and reflectors, sits in Chicago's Grant Park.
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Recycled cars: Deer made from mufflers in Alamogordo, New Mexico
This not-so-wild animal, a deer made from mufflers, sits outside Alamo Tire & Muffler in Alamogordo, N. M.
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Recycled cars: Car Building sculpture by Hans Hollein in Karlsruhe, Germany
A man inspects the work Car Building by Austrian architect and designer Hans Hollein during a preview of the exhibition ''Car Culture. Media of Mobility'' in Karlsruhe, Germany.