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The work of Victor Castro

Victor Castro is a contemporary artist, born in Mexico and currently creating and living in the United States. His work is created using collected materials and aims to inspire conscious re-thinking of materials we use every day.

As promised, here is another image of work from our friend Victor

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The work of artist Victor Castro

Victor Castro is a contemporary artist, born in Mexico and currently creating and living in the United States. His work is created using collected materials and aims to inspire conscious re-thinking of materials we use every day.

As promised, here is another image of work from our friend Victor

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Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts

As part of Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts, presented by the CFDA and the Urban Zen Foundation, John Patrick has created a one-of-a-kind hand-crafted contribution in the form of a heart covered in real kernels of dried corn.

"The Corn Heart is meant to explore and honor the Haitian farmers who are at the backbone of the true sustainability movement in Haiti. I am visiting Haiti as the guest of a farm family later in the year to learn more about the heritage seed movement in Haiti." -John Patrick

You can view the heart and place a bid up until May 2, 2013. All benefits will go to the Urban Zen Foundation.

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Meet the artist: Victor Castro

We would like to introduce you to our friend, Victor Castro. Victor is a contemporary artist, born in Mexico and currently creating and living in the United States. His work incorporates collected materials to create new life while exploring themes of mathematic rationalities, environmental consciousness and a refreshing new approach towards minimalism. His sculptures, collages and other creations are a true inspiration. 

Intermittently, we will be sharing never-seen-before images of this important artist's work.

The above piece, titled "No-mantle", was created with yogurt plastic bottle caps and steel cable, in Lima, Peru, in 2007. 

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