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Hiroshi Fuji Makes a Dazzling Art Installation in Tokyo Using 50,000 Recycled Toys
Posted By Ana Lisa On November 13, 2012 @ 1:35 pm In Art,Design,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Hiroshi Fuji is a well-known installation artist and social activist born in Kagoshima City  and working all around the globe. He produces large-scale installations, performances and events with a focus on the community and the use of discarded materials. For his latest show, recycled toys were collected from about 1,000 locations – shops, parks, museums, private homes and community centers all over Japan – to be reused in creative activities like public workshops or art installations.
This brilliant installation brings up childhood memories exposing visitors to random old stuff. From Mickey Mouse to Doraemon , colorful plastic toys become giant monsters  or landscapes thanks to Fuji’s creative eye. A project based on education, entertainment and cooperation activities between kids and grown-ups, this magical toy landscape is in fact a big statement on trash and its huge creative potential.
+ Hiroshi Fuji 
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 Hiroshi Fuji: http://geco.jp/
 Tokyo: http://inhabitat.com/artist-yumiko-matsui-recreates-the-city-of-tokyo-entirely-from-paper/
 3331 Arts Chiyoda: http://www.3331.jp/
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 Kagoshima City: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kagoshima_City
 Doraemon: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doraemon
 monsters: http://inhabitat.com/6-monstrous-sculptures-made-from-recycled-vehicles/
 Hiroshi Fuji: http://www.facebook.com/fuji.hiroshi
 3331 Arts Chiyoda: http://www.facebook.com/pages/3331-Arts-Chiyoda/120173754687495
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