2016 canscupltures

Below is a gallery of 2016's six incredible cansculptures. Check out the description to learn how many cans it took to create this massive works of edible art.
CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Front
CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Front

Winning the Honorable Mention award was AECOM’s sculpture “Chew Chew Express.” Using 4,360 cans, the team created a representation of the model J611 train – iconic to the history of the city of Roanoke Virginia. This design is meant to celebrate local culture and deliver much needed food to those in need.

CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Back
CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Back

Winning the Honorable Mention award was AECOM’s sculpture “Chew Chew Express.” Using 4,360 cans, the team created a representation of the model J611 train – iconic to the history of the city of Roanoke Virginia. This design is meant to celebrate local culture and deliver much needed food to those in need.

CansSWVA_2016_SFCS_BIG_Engine_That_CAN 2
CansSWVA_2016_SFCS_BIG_Engine_That_CAN 2

Winning the “Best Meal” award was SFCS, Inc., with their sculpture “The BIG Engine that CAN.” This sculpture symbolizes that small efforts do add up in a meaningful way to help our local community. Bridging together a local icon of Roanoke’s 611 train, they hoped to remind others that no matter how small we feel, our actions CAN and do make a world of a difference right here in our hometown.

CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Front
CansSWVA_2016_AECOM_Chew Chew Express Front

Winning the Honorable Mention award was AECOM’s sculpture “Chew Chew Express.” Using 4,360 cans, the team created a representation of the model J611 train – iconic to the history of the city of Roanoke Virginia. This design is meant to celebrate local culture and deliver much needed food to those in need.

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