|A few samples of my Crushed Can Art
Hand painted, one-of-a-kind original work of art.
Click on each image to see a larger view.
|Each Crushed Can Art
object is made from a recycled, flattened soda or beer can.
The can is crushed flat, painted, given two coats of varnish and then mounted in a frame.
Put your mouse cursor over the Crushed Can Art below.
|Framed & Ready to hang on your wall!|
|"Flowers & a Smile"||"Love at First Sight"||"Miau!"
(German for "Meow!")
|"Flowers for a Friend"|
|"A Woman's Smile"||"Panik!"|
|Crushed Can Art painting is mounted in a custom frame with glass.
Ready to hang on your wall!
|"Run, Run, Run!"|
|"Which Carrot to Choose?"||"The Happy Bug"|
|Buy Crushed Can Art Online.
The Back Wall Art Gallery has a selection of Crushed Can Art to choose from.
Have a special design in mind? Contact artist Charles Kaufman.
|"Flowers for You"|
|"Running Purple Fox"|
|"A Smile and Flowers"|
|"White Dog Running"||"Owl in a Tree"||"A Wave & a Smile"|
|Charles Kaufman has been creating his fun, colorful Crushed Can Art for over 20 years.
People around the world collect the happy works of art.
Using acrylic paints, Charles Kaufman carefully handpaints each crushed can.
In the photos one can see the start of the painting of a Crushed Can.
Charles Kaufman's Crushed Can Art is available in select art galleries and online.
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Crushed Can Art
With a "How To" section, tips on how make your Crushed Can Art even better, lots of examples of Crushed Can Art, a look behind the scenes in the "Crushed Can Art" studio.
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|In the news!|
|Charles Kaufman's "Crushed Can Art" was part of the "Repurpose, ReUse, Recycle" art show in California.|
|United States Agency for International Development (USAID) asked to use my Crushed Can Art on an anti-litter campaign in Albainia.
They made 15 different posters using 15 different photos of my "Crushed Can Art".
Above is a sample of one of the posters. The top text translates into English as "A clean city is a happy city".