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Noah Deledda

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Noah Deledda (born August 2, 1978 in Ann Arbor, MI) is an American can sculptor[1] and artist. He spent most of his childhood in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area of Florida. Despite the absence of a formal art education, Deledda gained notoriety in the 1990s, first as a graffiti artist, and then as a graphic design artist.


Deledda's artistic output has spanned a multitude of disciplines, including graphic design, oil painting, graffiti, sculpture[2] and multimedia,[3] fashion, screenprinting, and product design.


  1. ^ "Artist Transforms Discarded Aluminum Cans into Incredible Hand-Sculpted Art". April 18, 2018.
  2. ^ "This man folds cans into intricate pieces of art using only his hands — and sells them for £1,400". Business Insider.
  3. ^ "Crumpled creativity wins art contest | tbo.com". www.tbo.com. Archived from the original on October 8, 2018.