Top 6 Eco Art Stories of 2010 – Vote for Your Favorite!

by , 12/30/10
filed under: Art, Best of 2010, Design

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This year we were amused and astounded by the level of work being produced by eco-minded artists on the scene today. We’re impressed that so many of these artists not only re-think the use of conventional materials and objects, but also infuse their work with a meaningful social or environmental message. From a fishbowl faucet that drains dangerously low if you use too much water washing your hands to a living, growing meat house that will make you think twice about animal flesh to artists who have managed to create a real-life hover board, read ahead for our top 6 art stories of 2010 and vote for your favorite!

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  1. jalbert January 2, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    loved this one!

  2. jalber21 January 2, 2011 at 10:22 pm

    Loved this!

  3. burgerman December 30, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    i heart pencils

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