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Seahorse made from plastic beach finds brings attention to issue of plastics in the ocean.

You see an empty bottle. David Edgar sees a fish. | Artistic Things

You see an empty bottle. David Edgar sees a fish.

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1000 egg carton flowers #spring #instalation

Panda Bear Craft Water Bottle and Soda Can Recycle Craft from www.daniellesplac...

Panda Bear Crafts and Learning Activities for Kids

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Cat Resuce Makeover. Tree installation by Kathryn Godwin

Cat Resuce Makeover; Animal Haven

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Bloemen van gekleurde doppen en ijzerdraad! Gezien bij Tabak

Cute bottle cap pony

Bernard Pras uses objects and materials he finds in landfills to create his incredible anamorphic sculptures. His sculptures are often recreations of famous works of art, but he puts his own unique spin on these classics with his amazing optical illusion stacking technique.

British artist Jane Perkins uses hundreds of found objects to recreate iconic paintings and portraits

Impresionante propuesta la que os traigo hoy. Mirad que precioso mural se ha hecho con botellas recicladas y pintadas de colores, con tapone...

Recycled lid art project -- "tree rings"

Giraffe sculpture made from recycled flip flops in africa

Flip flop sculpture from Kenya. Awesome and eco friendly.

50+ projects to make using old t-shirts #recycletshirts #upcycle #repurpose @savedbyloves

Recycle Art and Lighting Things on Fire. Robert Bradford is fascinating.

cd scratch board- cover old cd with dark acrylic paint and carve

Julie Dodd | Tree stumps made from recycled books and paper to raise awareness against illegal logging which threatens plant and animal life.

Drawing on books Errata Corrige, 2012; libri antichi e non, inchiostro, chiodi, legno, cm 130x110 © Ekaterina Panikanova

Problem: What do you do with the leftover bags from loaves of Wonder Bread? You could throw them away, or you could save them up and make some sweet art. Flickr user Ruby Re-Usable took a whole bunch of bread bags (as well as some tape and bubble wrap) and created this wonderful dog sculpture. I think it's fitting to name him Spot.