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Recycling Artist Creates Portraits from Trash

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Molly Gambardella is an illustrator, screen printer and designer from the United States who looks to push boundaries and create new environments with her artwork. To express herself, she uses various techniques from simple illustrations to giant sculptures. Recently she has posted her new pencil sculpture called “Color blind” that took Instagram by surprise, gaining over 250,000 likes in 24 hours.

This beautifully organized and displayed beach debris is the work of artists Gilles Cenazandotti and Thierry Lede for their Clear Art Planet project. In an effort to clean the worlds' beaches of washed up objects, the pair teamed up to create a magical exhibit of litter.

Recycled Pet-art by Veronika Richterová

Czech artist and sculptor Veronika Richterová creates stunning art pieces and beautifully ornate chandeliers, using only discarded PET plastic bottles she recovered in the garbage. These highly detailed works are made from plastic cutting she heats and turns to give them the appearance of glass…

Giant Recycled Trash Fish

Giant recycled trash fish | Recyclart Scale the heights: a fish sculpture at Japan’s Setouchi Art Festival

Geometric Deer Head Wall Sticker Geometry Animal Series Decals 3D Vinyl Wall Art Custom Home Decor Size 51x86 cm

Classification: For Wall Style: European Material: Plastic Specification: Single-piece Package Pattern: Plain Wall Sticker Scenarios: Wall Theme: Animal Scope: Smooth surface Useful life: 6 Years Outd More

Richard Lang & Judith Selby Lang have been collecting plastic debris off one beach in Northern California for 10+ yrs. The plastic is cleaned, categorized & stored before being used for their art-sculptures, prints, jewelry & installations with the plastic they find washed up, raising a deeper concern with the problem of plastic pollution in our seas.To learn more about their work, visit: beachplastic.com/ plasticforever.blogspot.com/