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Robot sculptures feed the homeless in Phoenix

  • Aired: 08/19/2014
  • 05:56
  • Rating: NR
Arizona artist Alexi Devilliers constructs sculptures, robots, and other fun creatures out of recycled tin cans. The tin cans he uses for his projects come from ingredients in meals he cooks up every week, which he then donates to elderly homeless veterans in phoenix.
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One artist makes sculptures out of the cans he uses to cook meals for Phoenix's homeless.
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