Cut, recycle, reuse! Jeff Ivanhoe is the master of this motto. He gets soda and beer cans from friends, family, recyclers, and stores and recycle them in whirling them in these extremely exciting mosaics. The art type is approximating a fresh seize on pointillism. From an expanse, the eye combine the colors mutually to figure the image but, close up, every tile place definitely disconnect from the others and the details of each unique aluminum can be clear. by an Xacto blade and a straight frame, Ivanhoe cuts the cans into plane tiles and bonds them collectively into patterns that make exciting themes like The Statue of Liberty, classic 1950’s and 1960’s cars, and portraits as well as Elvis and Jim Croce.