Remember that early design school assignment where you’re given a block of material (at my school, wood, at another school I’d heard about, aluminum) and asked to transform it into something using whatever means you choose? The assignment is purposely kept vague, as students are encouraged to be as creative as possible.
If the assignment was to transform an aluminum can, rather than a block, Noah Deledda would get an “A.”
Incredibly, artist/designer Deledda produces the cans by hand:
Check out more of his work here.