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Recycled Art: 66 Masterpieces Made From Junk

Recycled Art: 66 Masterpieces Made From Junk
Ever shocked by the beauty of toilet paper rolls, or saw the chicken formed by the egg shells, or witnessed coolest lion made by tires? Heck, all of them are even made by common things you discarded every day, and they are known as recycled art. (Image Source: Kyle Bean) Recycled art is not something that’s beautiful but just a waste of time and space. It’s like alchemy which turns base metal into gold, except that it turns trashes into gold. Take recycled Optimus Prime with 2.5 meters tall as example, it was sold with 7800 U.S. dollars, sounds like a good price for a combination of metals which were originally treated as trashes. Are they really that beautiful and worth the purchase? Atelier Hapax Workshop Hapax excels in creating gorgeous and unique products by using discarded materials provided by their clients. Jeu Dechecs. BRC Designs Binary Low Table. Korobeiniki Chair. Protrusion Low Table. Andrew Chase Dinosaur. Elephant. Cheetah. Derek Gores Collage 07. Collage 09. Collage 17. Fall.

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Plaster cast A plaster cast is a copy made in plaster of another 3-dimensional form. The original from which the cast is taken may be a sculpture, building, a face, a pregnant belly, a fossil or other remains such as fresh or fossilised footprints – particularly in palaeontology (a track of dinosaur footprints made in this way can be seen outside the Oxford University Museum of Natural History). Sometimes a blank block of plaster itself was carved to produce mock-ups or first drafts of sculptures (usually relief sculptures) that would ultimately be sculpted in stone, by measuring exactly from the cast, for example by using a pointing machine. These are still described as plaster casts. Examples of these by John Flaxman may be found in the central rotunda of the library at University College London, and elsewhere in the University's collections.

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Plaster Plaster is a building material used for the protective and/or decorative coating of walls and ceilings and for moulding and casting decorative elements.[1] In English "plaster" usually means a material used for the interiors of buildings, while "render" commonly refers to external applications.[2] Another imprecise term used for the material is stucco, which is also often used for plasterwork that is worked in some way to produce relief decoration, rather than flat surfaces. The most common types of plaster mainly contain either gypsum, lime, or cement,[3] but all work in a similar way. The plaster is manufactured as a dry powder and is mixed with water to form a stiff but workable paste immediately before it is applied to the surface. The reaction with water liberates heat through crystallization and the hydrated plaster then hardens. Forms of plaster have several other uses, for example in medicine plaster orthopedic casts are still often used for supporting broken bones. Types[edit]

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11 Artists Doing Amazing Things With Recycled Materials We all know that you’re supposed to reduce, reuse and recycle, but for artists, reuse and recycle often have totally different meanings than they do for the rest of us. Here are 11 artists specializing in making trash into artistic treasures. 1. Lin Evola-Smidt No one wants their children to grow up in a world plagued by violence, but not many parents have worked as hard to fight the problem as artist Lin Evola-Smidt. A Multi-Colored Sprinkler Paints On-demand Rainbows Photo © Edwin Deen Photo © Niels Post Photo © Ampelhaus Have a blank white room in need of an instant color treatment? Catch-22: Themes, Motifs & Symbols Themes Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. The Absolute Power of Bureaucracy

6 Textile artists using recycled materials Recycling in art is not a new concept, but practitioners working with textiles seem to be discovering evermore innovative means of harnessing this abundant source of raw materials. The range of textile art being created from recycled or reclaimed goods is testament to the versatility offered by making use of stuff that has had a life already; a life that is often purely functional and as far removed from ‘art’ as you can imagine. The appeal to the textile artist using recycled materials goes much deeper than an easing of their social conscious! The materials being used often have an inherent history, which can offer a powerful starting point and make for a more meaningful process. Collectors and art-lovers will also potentially connect with the finished artwork on a deeper level if they are privy to its story.

Talented 18-Year-Old Girl Sews Stunning Dresses That Look Straight Out Of A Disney Movie Angela Clayton is an eighteen-year-old costume designer from Long Island, New York. She first started sewing three years ago when she got interested in cosplay; now, Clayton attends events less often, and has evolved to focus more on original designs. Her projects can take as long as 250 hours, and Clayton once used 11 meters (12 yards) of fabric for a costume!

Noel Pearson's eulogy for Gough Whitlam in full Gough Whitlam: Noel Pearson's tribute Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson describes Whitlam as 'a friend without peer of the original Australians' in a soaring speech at the memorial service for the former Labor Prime Minister. 5, 2014 - 4:44PM Noel Pearson's eulogy for Gough Whitlam praised as one for the ages 8 Fashion Brands That Use Recycled Materials Reduce, reuse, recycle. The three Rs have been making their way into the fashion world with new force in recent years, and we’d like to share a couple of brands that are using recycled materials to keep waste to a minimum while creating beautifully unique products. From high-fashion looks to eco-conscious denim to upcycled handbags made from airplane seats, these designers will inspire you in more ways than one. 1. tonlé: We wrote about this Cambodia-based game-changer last month, but they are quickly expanding their zero-waste brand made entirely from textile scraps, creating a manufacturing chain that’s efficient and sustainable.

Incredible Moving Installations Created Out Of Cardboard Swiss Artist Zimoun creates sound sculptures and installation art that is a little bit strange. Equal parts raw, industrial materials; equal parts mechanical elements, he creates rooms full of what seem like living and breathing objects. He combines cardboard boxes, plastic bags, old furniture, packaging tape, wires, light tubes, cotton balls and motors to transform a space into something very unexpected. Do you have High Cholesterol? - ClinLife At Clariness GmbH, (hereinafter to be referred to as ClinLife), we understand that protecting the privacy of visitors to our Web sites is very important and that information about your health is particularly sensitive. That's why we have taken the necessary steps to meet worldwide data privacy requirements. Please review this Privacy Statement to learn more about how we collect, use, share and protect information online. You can visit our Web sites without providing any personal information. We collect personal data only when you provide it to us, through registration, completion of forms or e-mails.

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