Jeff Ivanhoes Can Art

CAN you believe it? A man has spent more than 30 years transforming old aluminium cans into amazing art worth thousands of pounds. From his favourite cars to musical heroes dedicated Jeff Ivanhoe, 67, spends weeks painstakingly piecing each artwork together into what he calls ?AluMosaics?. Using nothing but empty drink cans most people simply throw away, he cleverly carves each one into tiny rectangles and places the colourful strips into place.

CAN you believe it? A man has spent more than 30 years transforming old aluminium cans into amazing art worth thousands of pounds. From his favourite cars to musical heroes dedicated Jeff Ivanhoe, 67, spends weeks painstakingly piecing each artwork together into what he calls ?AluMosaics?. Using nothing but empty drink cans most people simply throw away, he cleverly carves each one into tiny rectangles and places the colourful strips into place.

CAN you believe it? A man has spent more than 30 years transforming old aluminium cans into amazing art worth thousands of pounds. From his favourite cars to musical heroes dedicated Jeff Ivanhoe, 67, spends weeks painstakingly piecing each artwork together into what he calls ?AluMosaics?. Using nothing but empty drink cans most people simply throw away, he cleverly carves each one into tiny rectangles and places the colourful strips into place.

CAN you believe it? A man has spent more than 30 years transforming old aluminium cans into amazing art worth thousands of pounds. From his favourite cars to musical heroes dedicated Jeff Ivanhoe, 67, spends weeks painstakingly piecing each artwork together into what he calls ?AluMosaics?. Using nothing but empty drink cans most people simply throw away, he cleverly carves each one into tiny rectangles and places the colourful strips into place.

CAN you believe it? A man has spent more than 30 years transforming old aluminium cans into amazing art worth thousands of pounds. From his favourite cars to musical heroes dedicated Jeff Ivanhoe, 67, spends weeks painstakingly piecing each artwork together into what he calls ?AluMosaics?. Using nothing but empty drink cans most people simply throw away, he cleverly carves each one into tiny rectangles and places the colourful strips into place.