Woman makes Trump statue out of dryer lint
Many interesting things have already come out of this year's Republican National Convention, including plagiarized speech accusations and top Republicans missing out on the convention with excuses like toxic algae and ice cream parties.
This, however, may be one of the oddest things to come out of the convention yet. Cleveland-based journalist Doug Guth tweeted about a Donald Trump bust a local artist created -- but this is not your typical bust made out of clay.
No, Cleveland artist Sandy Buffie's medium of choice is dryer lint:
Buffie specializes in working with recycled materials. On her website she states, "My specialty and my passion is the creation of something new and unique from objects that have been discarded or ignored, abandoned or set free, removed or left behind."
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"I am an artist –- and I make jewelry, sculpt portrait busts and create memories, from found objects and recycled materials," Buffie continued.
Buffie will be selling this particular creation for charity. It will certainly be exciting to see how much it will go for.