ONE person's junk is another person's treasure!

Never has this phrase been more correct than when it's related to a Denbigh artist.

Normski, who wishes to remain mysterious and doesn't want to reveal his real name, uses recycled and up-cycled materials to create planes, trains and boats!

Located just outside Denbigh, Normski is often tucked away in his garden workshop to create his pieces, which he then sells on.

"I'm known in my family as The Womble!" he said.

"I just pick up anything.

"I've got friends who own garages and they've got rusty washers, fan belts and old electrical wires.

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"Other things I look for on is market place on Facebook.

"I will convert things into boats, planes and trains.

"I once made a Titanic boat out of half a broken child's cricket bat!"

With our throwaway culture and ever-increasing landfill sites, Normski decided to reuse and repurpose everyday items that would otherwise be binned.

From old car parts, broken furniture, stripped down electrical devices to rusty old nuts and bolts, he reimagines these items into boats, trains and planes.

He has been doing this for some four years.

"It was almost by accident," he added.

A friend was doing a beach scene in the window of a bric-a-brac shop and Normski produced an item for the display.

That item was bought by somebody who liked it - and the rest is history!

"I've always been against landfill sites and wastefulness.

"I just start with raw materials.

"I sell through about six shops in North Wales."

For more information, people can see Normski Art on Facebook.