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Yuka Yoneda

Recycled Plastic Wrap Art!

by , 02/06/10
filed under: Art, Recycled Materials

art, eco art, recycled materials, amputecture, plastic wrap, sculpture, eco design, sustainable design, recycled plastic wrap, green design

If you’ve ever lamented having to throw away a piece of saran wrap, this might cheer you up. This rather striking piece of outdoor eco-art is made out of 10,000 feet of recycled plastic-wrap salvaged from a warehouse! Reader amputectecture says:

“This piece invited people to leave the prescribed paths and enter the chained-off grass. The plan was comprised of four triangles, radiating from one tree in varying heights to create a temporary exhibition space.”

Very cool. Thanks for the tip amputecture!

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2 Comments

  1. Human-Scale Spider Web ... June 24, 2010 at 2:31 pm

    [...] team Numen/For Use transformed 700 rolls of clear packing tape into an incredible human-size inhabitable spider web at DMY Belin 2010. The weaving took place over [...]

  2. lyngirl February 6, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    so beautiful. Love that the plastic didn’t go to waste.

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