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A horse sculpture entirely made from driftwood by artist Jeffro Uitto. (Photo by Jeff Uitto/Caters News)

Artist Jeff Uitto creates intricate sculptures from driftwood he finds along the coast of Washington. Uitto has sculpted wild horses, soaring eagles, and even a giraffe out of salvaged tree branches. But his work is more than giant animal sculptures. Uitto also has a clear talent for creating beautiful home furniture from driftwood. Finding the right piece of driftwood can take months, and the sculpting can take years.

Photo: A horse sculpture entirely made from driftwood by artist Jeffro Uitto. (Photo by Jeff Uitto/Caters News)
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28 Jun 2013 06:38:00
Driftwood Dragons Sculptures By James Doran

James Doran has created two epic dragon sculpture. The first, perched on a dead tree, is called ‘The Wyvern in the Baobabs’ (a wyvern is a type of dragon with two legs and two wings). The other, ‘Wyvern’s Folly,’ is perched on a gazebo made from reclaimed steel and recycled water bottles.
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07 Jul 2015 11:26:00
Revelers dance at the Old Settler's Music Festival in Driftwood, Texas, U.S. on April 22, 2017. (Photo by Mohammad Khursheed/Reuters)

Revelers dance at the Old Settler's Music Festival in Driftwood, Texas, U.S. on April 22, 2017. (Photo by Mohammad Khursheed/Reuters)
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23 Apr 2017 09:04:00
A model wears a floral headdress at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower show in London, Britain, May 22, 2017. (Photo by Dylan Martinez/Reuters)

A model wears a floral headdress at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower show in London, Britain, May 22, 2017. The prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, held annually since 1913 in the Royal Hospital Chelsea grounds, is open to the public from the 23rd to the 27th of May, 2017. (Photo by Dylan Martinez/Reuters)
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25 May 2017 08:31:00
A sculpture of a fish made from waste products collected from the sea is displayed during the exhibition Keep The Oceans Clean by art collective Skeleton Sea, at the Torre Madariaga Biodiversity Centre in Busturia, Spain, May 17, 2015. (Photo by Vincent West/Reuters)

A sculpture of a fish made from waste products collected from the sea is displayed during the exhibition Keep The Oceans Clean by art collective Skeleton Sea, at the Torre Madariaga Biodiversity Centre in Busturia, Spain, May 17, 2015. Skeleton Sea, a group of surfers and artists, recycle waste collected from the world's oceans to create artworks and draw attention to the dangers faced from overfishing, pollution and oil spills. (Photo by Vincent West/Reuters)
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19 May 2015 11:16:00
A Palestinian throws snow at his wife during a snow storm in West Bank old city of Hebron, January 26, 2016. (Photo by Mussa Qawasma/Reuters)

A Palestinian throws snow at his wife during a snow storm in West Bank old city of Hebron, January 26, 2016. (Photo by Mussa Qawasma/Reuters)
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27 Jan 2016 13:49:00
View of the work “Divided” (2016), within the visual artist's exhibition “Urs Fischer: Lovers”, exhibited at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Mexico 31 March 2022. The sensations and emotions of love and life, as well as the energy and forces that create and wear it down, inhabit “Urs Fischer: Lovers”, the first solo exhibition in Mexico by Swiss plastics artist Urs Fischer. (Photo by Alex Cruz/EPA/EFE)

View of the work “Divided” (2016), within the visual artist's exhibition “Urs Fischer: Lovers”, exhibited at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Mexico 31 March 2022. The sensations and emotions of love and life, as well as the energy and forces that create and wear it down, inhabit “Urs Fischer: Lovers”, the first solo exhibition in Mexico by Swiss plastics artist Urs Fischer. (Photo by Alex Cruz/EPA/EFE)
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26 May 2022 04:25:00
A monkey drinks water from a tap on a hot afternoon in Jammu, the winter capital Kashmir, India, 17 May 2016. Temperatures of around 42 degrees Celsius were forecast in the region. According to the news reports the Indian government decided to divert water by its river interlinking plans from rivers like Brahmaputra and the Ganges towards those rivers facing the drought likesituation . Many Indian states have been affected by drought and have been hit hard by water scarcity. (Photo by Jaipal Singh/EPA)

A monkey drinks water from a tap on a hot afternoon in Jammu, the winter capital Kashmir, India, 17 May 2016. Temperatures of around 42 degrees Celsius were forecast in the region. According to the news reports the Indian government decided to divert water by its river interlinking plans from rivers like Brahmaputra and the Ganges towards those rivers facing the drought likesituation . Many Indian states have been affected by drought and have been hit hard by water scarcity. (Photo by Jaipal Singh/EPA)
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22 May 2016 07:00:00