Revista Sapiens N°90

By Neodim

Recycled art?

Recycled Robots

By Neokentin

Recycled Robots made from found materials by Robots on Parade, we love robots at recyclart! ;-) ++ Available on Etsy shop Robots on Parade

Crocheted Plastic Bag Sculptures

By Mary Beth Trautwein

As a response to the horror of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the Crochet Coral Reef has taken up crocheting plastic bags. In addition to the beautiful yarn-based Reefs, the […]

Repurposed Plastic Bags Tapestry

By Mary Beth Trautwein

Plastic in the trees tapestry is made from repurposed plastic bags and recycled yarns by artist Julie Kornblum. ++ Julie Kornblum website and reDiscover Center !

Wireless Gingko And Other Leaves Messages

By Neodim

Funny work made out of leaves! Many others here!

Guixot De 8 Games

By Neokentin

For the last 18 years, Guixot de 8 have been inventing games from trash. They have around 150 different ones and travel everywhere with them, playing in the street. They […]

Henry the Feline Fiber Artist

By Neokentin

Anita cat, Henry has made an art out of tearing up left-over pieces of carpet. He was recently featured on Animal Planet’s Cats 101 and is the first feline artist […]

Nora Adame Recycled Art

By Neokentin

Nora Adame is an plastic artist, he make pictures and design object art bags with tags, Nora recolect them in fabrics so he used this trash and avoid to burn […]

Decostruzione by Zanino

By Neokentin

Fabio Zanino is an italian artist and he love our blog ! ;-) Fabio suggest us his new eco-art pieces “Decostruzioni” and when we saw it…we just say “niiiiiiice” ! […]

Cheap Graphic Decor : Styrofoam Vegetable Trays

By Neodim

++ Via apartment therapy

Recycled & Found Objects Sculptures

By Neodim

Brad Bianchi is a furniture and sculpture artist that uses lots of found/recycled objects. The first is a chair made from a shopping cart(2007) and the other a garden statue(2009) […]

Recycled Art Tree

By Neodim

Northwestern Michigan College’s Students for the Environment group built this recycled art tree from materials collected out of the trash on campus.

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