Recycled art can be described as the art that is created with embedded recycled materials in the room. Found art is classified as an art that is made of modified or objects that are not hidden art are typically not normally considered for its proper functioning.
Recycled art and found art are becoming more popular with artists, to raise public awareness about reusing and recycling your unwanted items or are no longer needed. Artists often use objects like broken saw blades, old wells and other objects to create art. A source Duchamp created was made from a old urinal signed R. Mutt it then. This is just one example of an artist using ancient objects to create art or recycled art found.
When an artist combines different types of objects found in art or recycled art, then it is called an assembly. An example of this is the part of Duchamp called Why not sneeze Rose Sélavy? This piece was created from a thermometer, cuttlefish, birdcage and marbles seemed sugar cubes. In 1936, when the Surrealist Exhibition of Objects, many sub-classifications found and recycled art art were created. Picasso said he used art objects found in his game Baboon and Young, where he used a set of handlebars and bicycle seat to create a bull's head.
Most reactions were obtained by artists such as Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst. Hirst had found pieces of art, like a piece called a thousand years, where decaying cow's head with flies and other is made. Emin had a tent with names that cover the outside with an unmade bed with stained sheets inside which was surrounded by slippers, stained clothing and bottles.
Recycled art is also known as ecological art because it incorporates elements that would otherwise sit in a landfill. Artists like Leo Sewell create unique pieces of art made from everyday objects that most people throw away and not think twice. A special piece called Teddy Bear incorporates small pieces of recycled art materials, such as buttons, small toys and all pieces were chosen for their durability and shapes.