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I live in a French style apartment. The landlords business is below me and I am living above him. I needed screens and I knew I could make them without having to bother the landlord. I used a hax-saw and a stapler, free wood from the trash can of the hardware store, cheap fabric mess from the fabric store. I also used a wood glue, 2 cans of glossy black spray paint per screen.
(VENICE, CA) In an unconventional twist, a California-based non-profit is taking the opposite tactic of depositing its trash into New York City’s Times Square. Made Out of WHAT, an organization dedicated to transforming society’s perception of post-industrial waste, showcases artists who use discarded materials to make beautiful objects. A portable exhibition built entirely of recycled materials will be assembled on a triangular island at 7th Avenue and 43rd Street between May 18-22, 2017 as part of Design Pavilion NYC, an annual outdoor event. Inside the hexagonal pavilion, a display of the artist works made from upcycled materials can be seen.