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Melted plastic art

Plastic shopping bags are melted and molded into precious stones. The color, the texture... each stone is unique. Group work by 4 designers: Annelies Vorsselmans, Josien Baetens,Tine Sibbens, Zhao Li. The school project of Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Material: Plastic, silver.

batch of beads using various materials, Tyvek, sweetie wrappers, plastic bags, metallic fabrics that melted to a plastic texture and chiffons which distorted, wrapped in Madeira metallic thread

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: Recycling in textile art

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This would make great mobile pieces! Dale Chihuly inspired art work for the kids. Just used Sharpie markers to color or draw on Chinet clear plastic party cups. Then melt in the oven 250 for 2-3 minutes to make the Chihuly shapes.

former bottles, current bottle art

Melted crayon art. So fun! All you need is a canvas, hot glue gun, crayons, and a hair dryer. Took about an hour to complete. It's a good inside project for a rainy day. Pick out what colors you want. Hot glue the crayons onto the top of the canvas. Make sure when melting them to cover the floor and walls with newspaper or plastic. Melt one section at a time with a hair dryer. Some colors melt faster than others. Go over certain colors more to make them melt further down the canvas.

Melted crayons art inspired by THON! 1. deco-page picture/tape on design 2. make sure picture is covered (i used a plastic lid) 3. hot glue crayons to canvas 4. use hair dryer to melt 5. hang it up to cherish forever ♥

Bubble wrap chocolate decorationCATEGORIES: chocolate, decoration This simple chocolate decor is worthy of museum: for its elegance and visual oddity may well belong to a collection of modern art. Even so, there is no more complication than melting chocolate and cover a piece of plastic bubble wrap with it (well clean). Let it set and voilà! A museum piece at your table.

Melted crayon art. So fun! All you need is a canvas, hot glue gun, crayons, and a hair dryer. Took about an hour to complete. It's a good inside project for a rainy day. Pick out what colors you want. Hot glue the crayons onto the top of the canvas. Make sure when melting them to cover the floor and walls with newspaper or plastic. Melt one section at a time with a hair dryer. Some colors melt faster than others. Go over certain colors more to make them melt further down the canvas.

bowl made out of melted plastic bottles

Make an art bowl from pet bottle : Repeat

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Bowl made of melted plastic toy soldiers.

War Bowl - Melted Plastic Soldiers Made Into Art

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melted plastic bead bowls art-project-ideas-3-d-sculpture

Briliant Pink Lips

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melted plastic bead bowls art-project-ideas-3-d-sculpture

MNPS Chihuly Art Lessons: Crieve Hall Elementary....also has a lesson for stained window kind of art- permanent marker on plastic bowls and then melt it

#6 Plastic melts like Shrinky Dinks! All sorts of art possibilities.

Chilluly "Sea Forms" using melted plastic plates. @Art in the Middle School.

Art in the Middle...school

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  • Amelia Davies

    How did you make this?

  • Kelly Jones

    Is it safe? Aren't harmful chemicals emitted when burning plastic? I'd love to do this but am worried about the safety and wondered if you knew...

Red heart with stars. Layers of melted plastic, chiffon and acetate with beaded details and text. Carolyn Saxby - Mixed Media Textile Art

Dale Chihuly: "Students began by studying the organic forms and bright colors of Chihuly's art. Next, they learned about the glass making process. After students had a strong understanding of how glass art is created they created their own artwork out of plastic cups. Each cup was colored and melted to create three original organic forms." oh... here.

Artwork published by Bryan1827

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  • Kelly Jones

    Is it safe? Aren't harmful chemicals emitted when burning plastic? I'd love to do this but am worried about the safety and wondered if you knew...

AboutBloggingTime!: In full bloom - Framed Flower Art made from melting plastic cutlery

About Blogging Time!: In full bloom - Framed Flower Art

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Melted plastic beads: how to

Kandinsky inspired discs - color clear plastic cups with Sharpies, then melt gently in a 250 oven. Could also bend while pliable for a Chihuly effect. From Arts for Life. I personally would designate a toaster oven just for these crafts. I'm too afraid to do these projects in the same oven I cook out of.

» Blog Archive » Kandinsky Circle Plastic Cup Mobiles

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  • Kelly Jones

    Is it safe? Aren't harmful chemicals emitted when burning plastic? I'd love to do this but am worried about the safety and wondered if you knew...

Xander and all boys would love this bowl in their room! They could put all their army men in it...or watches, etc. I am getting into melted plastic art!

Nice example of Melted Spoon Roses to use in wall art collages...

Home Sweet Home: Roses From Plastic Spoon

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