Sue Webster and Tim Noble have made a name for themselves as people who can turn anything--and I mean anything into a cool silhouette. They have been known to use the likes of scraps of wood, old bottles, and even rat skeletons in their sculptures, which only come to life when its shadow is cast on a wall. Their most recent series of works, called Street Compositions, investigate what happens when a step ladder gets mixed up with whatever materials the artists find on the street. It's enough to make you never look at your shadow--or the potential in a pile of junk--the same way again. [Wired]

Artists Turn Junk Into Amazing Shadow Art