Transformers Art


Deep inside of us is a playful child who sees himself as a super hero believing it can change and save the world.

Children are the driving forces of life. We are not always aware of this because we have lost faith, hope and stability. Perhaps the only solution is to put on the costume of our favorite heroes to make a change.


From needle to truck, weld by weld, armor by armor, orange, gray, black, green, seven warriors, seven guards...

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Built from scrap


Ecology awareness is essential if we want to save the planet from ourselves. Recycling, as well as the primary form of consciousness, is available to everyone.

Recycling is an inspiration and a way of expression for many artists. Conceptually, the essential idea of recycling is transformation. Loss of personality is the hallmark of modern man, and therefore the loss of awareness of his surroundings. In waste, we can see the overall state of a country, as well as our attitude towards comfort, consumerism and social values. The concept of this form of expression is the idea that revives waste.

Through a creative approach, the waste is transformed into objects with usage value. With the creation, the artist transforms himself (through long and hard work) as well as the work itself (from waste materials to sculpture). The transformation of waste is going to transform the spirit. Through daily contact with a huge amount of various wastes, the artist examines habits of man and consumer awareness. Due to the increasing desire for comfort, we are exhausting natural resources and polluting our environment.

This type of artistic expression should inspire us to participate in the preservation of nature. Everyone can transform themselves and the world around them in their own way.


Do not harass nature, transformers are watching you.

Transformer Bobo

Robot on the side of good.
Weight: 2 tons    Height: 6 meters.


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Transformer Dzin Dzov

Robot on the side of good.
Weight: 1 ton    Height: 3 meters.


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Transformer Eli Musa

First female robot. On the side of evil.
Weight: 1 ton    Height: 5 meters.


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Transformer Misic

Named after the artist’s best friend from childhood.
Weight: 2 tons    Height: 6 meters.


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Transformer Ramtron

Born in the junkyard as Ekotron.
Weight: 3 tons    Height: 7 meters.


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Transformer Zift

Got his name after the artist’s dog.
Weight: 4 tons    Height: 8 meters.


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Transformer Karankot Goku

Got his name by Japanese.
Weight: 3 tons    Height: 6.5 meters.


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Transformer Sai Chi

Got his name by Montenegrin.
Weight: 2 tons    Height: 3.5 meters.


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Exhibitions


Transformers in Milan

The Baha Fine Art gallery opened with big success its Transformer exhibition on 2nd of March 2017 in Milano, Italy. Eight gigantic sculptures are now part of the Museo Nazionale Scienza E Tecnologia „Leonardo da Vinci“ and are visitable until 1st of May 2017.

After Milan, the Transformers Art project will travel to Denmark and London and later move from Europe to Asia via the United States.

Press:

arte.it
vogue.it
milanotoday.it

Danilo Baletic

Danilo Baletic


Born in Titograd in 1992, Danilo is currently a student of the faculty of the arts at UDG (University Donja Gorica). He held the title of the Balkan and European champion in Karate. Being a fan of comics and Counter-Strike, he developed a strong interest and liking in toys which transform from cars into warriors. In 2012, Danilo created his first Transformer out of metal waste. Over the years he has produced a total of seven giant robots, and is already planning his eights and ninth.

Creation


Transformers Art Creation Process
Transformers Art Creation Process
Transformers Art Creation Process
Transformers Art Creation Process
Transformers Art Creation Process
Transformers Art Creation Process

Contact


Transformers Art Exhibition will tour worldwide through all major cities.

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