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ECO ART: Trashed Beer Cans Become Butterflies in Flight

Posted By Moe Beitiks On March 20, 2010 @ 9:00 am In Art,Design,Green Materials,Innovation,Recycled Materials | 2 Comments

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When you take a close look at a beer can, you may notice that they have a really nice arc to them. Artist Paul Villinski [1] has taken that same arc and turned it into butterflies in flight.  Rescuing crushed beer cans from the streets of New York City [2], Williams carefully cuts each can and creates a marvelous fluttering array. He states that similar to the life of a butterfly, his process is representative of a cultural conversion all its own exploring “themes of transformation and recovery through metamorphosis.”

+ Paul Villinski [1]

+ Superuse [3]

via Wunderkammer [4]

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[1] Paul Villinski: http://www.paulvillinski.com/artwork/beercan.html

[2] New York City: http://www.inhabitat.com/nyc

[3] + Superuse: http://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=beer-can-butterflies

[4] Wunderkammer: http://www.environmentalartblog.com/

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