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gusgus260
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I just can't help it- wheneverI look at these sculptures, I think of TinCup. You may want to check out the site and it's links if you have some free time. It is amazing what they can do!

http://www.canstruction.org/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

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gus,

OUTSTANDING! i just sent the link as an email to others to enjoy; can't believe the depth perception they get.

any time i write tincup now, all i'll see are these TIN CANS!! [Smile] uffda lol

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Hey gusgus...

How ya doing?

That is really cool!!! Thanks for sharing that with me!!!

I like Winnie the Pooh and the Orca Whales too.

And the Dan-A-Can's are really good looking.

They are all nice actually!

I think I actually saw some of my family in there!

[lol]

I am glad to see they are full cans of food and are being donated to food banks.

Those kids have done a wonderful job.... but it would be interesting too as a recylcing project with empty cans.

Thanks for making me smile!!!

[Big Grin]

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