If you thought tin and aluminum cans were only good for storing food and recycling, then you've never seen the art of David Wasserman, aka Tincanman. His large-scale artworks are made from nothing more than nails and cans used for packing food.
David believed an artist is charged with recognizing beauty in all of its forms, so he took inspiration in the vivid colors of metal product packaging. While he passed away in 1999, his stunning images live on. You can help keep his memory alive by stopping by his website to take in his work.