Brad Pitt doesn’t just shine in the movie industry. He’s also doing big things in the field of art, showcasing his works worldwide.
According to reports, the actor/producer submitted several pieces for an exhibition in Tampere, Finland.
A well-known museum hosted the event titled “Thomas Houseago’s WE with Nick Cave & Brad Pitt.”
There appeared to be nine different items that Brad displayed. His creations included bronze encasings la Han Solo’s carbon freeze. Additionally, he made miniatures out of tree bark and trapped bullets that he crystallized in platinum silicon.
Brad’s artwork photos were made public by artist/designer DeBranne Treu, whose husband is friends with Brad.
The artist expressed admiration for the 58-years-old actor, stating, “To say his work is great is an understatement as he is a true artist creating out of extreme passion and drive. The dedication to his craft is humbling and inspiring.”
Some of Brad’s artworks have titles attached to them, which makes them more interesting. For example, many bullet blocks appear to carry the following labels: “Aiming At You I Saw Me But It Was Too Late This Time,” and titles such as “Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound to the House.”
“Slave to Our Vices,” “Candle Holders for Loved Ones,” “Buried Needs,” and “House-A-Go-Go” are some of Brad’s other works.
Despite this, Brad Pitt was unable to attend the event personally.