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.
Ocean Alien makes jewelry from trash that spews from the sea during Thailand’s monsoon season. The main materials used are the inside components of disposable cigarette lighters. These metal, plastic, foam and rubber parts are combined with semi precious beads and silver findings to create interesting and colorful jewelry which screams I LOVE YOU to the planet.
A few weeks ago I made a little-woven basket for a desk organizer from some old magazine pages and me kind of got hooked on the process. So I decided to try and make some bigger baskets to organize other craft supplies and projects, but the thing I needed was a small trash can.
Swedish Artist Vincent Skoglund creates creative sculptural installations out of trash from landfills he found locally. He assembles these monolithic and orderly structures directly on site, and then photographs them documenting […]
Colorful Mandalas made of everyday objects such as Barbies, Lego’s, books, shoes, and plastic items found throughout their home by Hillerbrand and Magsamen. Stephan Hillerbrand and Mary Magsamen are a collaborative […]