Gallery: Recycled Plastic Environmental Art Installation by MSLK


We are always hunting high and low for innovative ways to reduce and reuse the plethora of plastic bags in our midst. The New York-based design firm, MSLK, is currently proposing an innovative and creative way for Inhabitat readers and concerned citizens to link together “2,663 bags” – the alarming amount of bags consumed every second in America – by having folks donate their unwanted plastic sacs to the 2.663 Urban Tumbleweed Project. The jetsam and flotsam of modern life can now be used to visualize just how crucial it is to curb our consumption and laissez-faire attitudes towards the ubiquitous shopping bag.

Read on for details on how you can participate and put household plastic bags to good use for this collaborative crusade>>

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  1. Charito T. Buenconsejo December 24, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    In support to our environment, I made bottles into crafts and anything that is trash to others, but to me something flashes in my mind to make these something useful and beautiful. Latest project I did was the big Christmas tree for HMR PHILIPPINES. Also, i did props for school play made of recycled materials especially recycled bottles. Permission to post it in your page.

  2. jetmondares August 23, 2008 at 2:25 am

    It’s a good job in response to the global campaign to reduce plastic bags! See my own way or reducing plastic bags! visit

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