Published: May 24, 2013



© Robert Lach

Many a vintage store has an old suitcase or two in stock, and while we’ve seen these classics turned into everything from lovely furniture to fully functioning speakers, American artist Robert Lach turns these discards into bird-inspired sculptures he calls “Nest Colonies.” Lach collects various old specimens of American Tourister suitcases, and finely shreds the inside lining along with other materials like cardboard to form a structural mish-mash, which is shaped into the form of rather convincing-looking nests.

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