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Great future in plastics: ‘When the Beach Met the Bay,’ a public-art mural of 24,000 bottlecaps collected by kids in Long Beach, New York, for Project Vortex with artist Lisa Be.

Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen creates site-specific installations by recycling secondhand clothing. The artist suspends the garments like a line of laundry hanging out to dry. But, is it "Art"?

stuart_haygarth - clever way of "up-cycling" rubbish

haha we could put crayons in potholes and let them melt in the hot summer heat (I think this is yarn bombing, but I like the crayon idea!)

Washed Up: Alejandro Duran’s Site-Specific Found Plastic and Trash Installations

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Thrown to the Wind, A 36 Foot Tall Tornado of Trash

“Thrown to the Wind” by Chinese artist Wang Zhiyuan is a 36 foot tall tornado-like sculpture made of plastic garb

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland has created this art installation at the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland titled Vestige. Mulholland’s idea behind the installation seems twofold: to create a vestige of the people who once occupied the land until following World War I, when they were re-located while forests were planted to generate timber and to make people reflect upon man’s impact on the nature.

Rainbow coloured thread! | By Gabriel Dawe | The layering of thin fibers create an all new dense yet also light texture. | Interesting as dividing wall treatment.

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Aérial par Baptiste Debombourg

Installation by artist Baptiste Debombourg in a beautiful Abbey called Brauweiler Pulheim near Cologne in Germany. Debombourg used many sheets of glass, wood, nails and white paint. He tries to imitate a flood of water rushing into a room or the influence of ice on a place.

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Columns of Suspended Charcoal Explore Relationship Between Nature and Man

Seoul-based artist Seon Ghi Bahk - delicate columns of suspended charcoal

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