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Farwaste’s 30,000 Pizzas Turns Reclaimed Tomato Cans Into a Bunker

Posted By Y. Van On January 31, 2013 @ 4:45 pm In Art,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Everyday, restaurants and pizzerias of Turin use approximately 14,900 tomato cans, resulting in 5 millions cans per year doomed to be left in a landfill. 30,000 Pizzas [1] is an art installation and bunker built by Farwaste [1] composed of 1,100 of those tomato cans reclaimed. Farwaste created the piece as a way to press restaurants and locals to reflect upon the size of this waste footprint and to encourage them to recycle.

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