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Amazing Futuristic Styrofoam Art Made from Found Packaging

by , 12/16/10
filed under: Art, Recycled Materials

jason rogenes, styrofoam, styrofoam art, upcycled styrofoam, e waste, eco art, green art, sustainable design, green design, eco design, recycled materials, recycled art

Rogenes uses all different shapes and sizes of polystyrene packing material to build his creations which range from smaller pieces to giant, death-ray like ones. He also uses light to really play up the interaction between the varied forms, making them look like intricate parts of a spaceship. While it might be a tall order to create something of the same magnitude as some of these works youself, it’s definitely inspiration to start saving that styrofoam and put together a smaller installation for your own living room!

+ Jason Rogenes

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  1. bbates December 17, 2010 at 1:07 pm

    Very innovative use of styrofoam, never thought of it as a decorative lighting option.
    My only bit of criticism is that the cords are very distracting to the aesthetic.

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