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Entanglement - garments made of waste plastics by Nita Bowerman

Entanglement - garments made of waste plastics by Nita Bowerman

Plastic Utensil Skeleton Art

Skeleton Made of Plastic Forks.Human skeleton made out of plastic forks represents the waste generated by disposable cutlery. Plastic Forks Skeleton created by Elliott Mariess, Lewis Woolner, Ashley Maine, Laura Bowman, and Jamie Breach.

Precious Waste: Plastic Shopping Bags Recycled Into a New Durable Textile

Precious Waste: Plastic Shopping Bags Recycled Into a New Durable Textile

Plastic Shopping Bags, Environment

At etsy. This beautiful exhuberant red recycled sari silk ribbon is a by product from silk sari manufacturing in India. It is the waste silk sari fabric from the textile mills where they make saris.     This yarn is hand cut strips of silk sari fabric and tied together end to end and made into skeins. It is done by women's co-operatives and small businesses in India, suitable for Knitting, crochet, rug hooking, bags, wall hangings, jewellery, weaving and all sorts of fibre art projects.

red recycled sari silk ribbon ~ the waste silk sari fabric from the saris textile mills.

Take me to the place I belong - An artwork about the currency of clothes/textile waste and the movement and effect this has on our society and environment.

Take me to the place I belong - An artwork about the currency of clothes/textile waste and the movement and effect this has on our society and environment.

Art from waste by Ostseetroll, via Flickr -interesting concept

Art from waste by Ostseetroll, via Flickr -interesting concept

Recycled plastic necklaces from:  Plastic Seconds www.plasticseconds.com

Plastic seconds – recycled adornments

"Plastic Seconds is about unique and playful body adornments and people who are not scared to wear them and get noticed - because you will! It started with and is about a love for colourful plastic bottle tops

Here is the work of recent graduate student from the UK, Mandy Barker. Entitled SOUP and named after the term given to plastic debris in the sea, this series of images aim to engage with, and stimulate an emotional response in the viewer by combining a contradiction between initial aesthetic attraction and social awareness. Written by Cyril Foiret

SOUP Series - Mandy Barker - photography of plastic debris found floating in the sea

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