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Armando Ramirez sculpts a vintage motorcycle with all the mystique of the open road. Transforming recycled bicycle and automobile parts into swift contours, he conjures a realistic, rustic bike.
About the Artist: Born in a Mexican town famed for its traditional artistry, Armando Ramirez dreamed of creating something new. "As a child I enjoyed inventing toys, and soon yearned to create a unique style of art. Environmentally enamored, I now transform recycled goods. I began to craft figures from scrap and discarded mechanical parts, mostly from cars and bicycles. Thanks to the creativity that God gave me, today I have an enjoyable and better way of life."
The Armando Ramirez Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Armando Ramirez in Mexico. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
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