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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Recycling your plastic cutlery

So I have volunteered to run a free kids workshop, one of many running every weekend throughout MVAN's Art Trail. and the SouthEast Open Studios.
I had no idea what I wanted to do but as always it had to involve recycling and be low cost. Having search the web, two things stood out
1. Plastic cutlery
2. Newspaper and Junk mail
I was pleasantly surprised on the creativeness of the use of this medium. Below are a few stunning and clever ideas:

http://dtti.wordpress.com/category/art/page/5/
MAD (Museum of Arts and design) has some really crazy or innovative displays.  Jill Townsley’s piece “Spoons” looks incredible, constructed from over 9,000 plastic spoons and over 3,000 rubber bands




gfselect085.jpgSpringtime bursting through...
Not plastic but sure is fantatistic!
http://www.hairygrowler.co.uk/greenselectnew1.html


Adorable! xxx
http://www.flickr.com/photos/41370557@N08/3807576048/


Dangling earrings made from yellow plastic spoons
http://www.flickr.com/photos/oknytt/4265693396/


Who would have thought plastic spoons could be so fashionable. Just fab!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/37019388@N07/3611298522/in/photostream/


 Makes me want to smile ;D
http://www.flickr.com/photos/m-art-ina/1183390662/

3 comments:

  1. great post, I really like it. Thanks for posting. :)

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  2. i love this blog. thanks for sharing this wonderful and amazing idea on recycling, keep posting

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  3. Plastic absorbs chemicals and the contaminated plastic can be fatal to marine animals eating it and can kill us, since we make up the end of this food chain, so plastic has an impact on our world's environment, wildlife and our health.

    Plastic Recycling

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