'I think it all has something to do with the fact that I was brought up in an immaculate environment that was really clean,' said Mr Hazelton.
'It all started when I noticed the dust on a mask and was able to pull it off. I started collecting dust and working with it, finding ways of turning it into three-dimensional structures.'
'Humans were supposedly made from dust, so it is interesting to create other things with it,' added Mr Hazelton, from Margate, Kent.
'It is a kind of recycling. The reaction of people when they see the art is one of incredulity.
Incredulity is right. As in, "THIS NUTCASE IS F***ED IN THE HEAD." Oh, and another thing -- I WAS NOT MADE FROM DUST, PAUL. I was made with cookie batter and star-sprinkles AND GOD BAKED ME PERFECTLY.
Hit the jump for a shot of a briefcase and skeleton made out of the dust.
Thanks to Add loves Elmo, who only collects bones.