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Incredible Three-Dimensional Portraits by Bernard Pras – Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

French artist Bernard Pras uses discarded objects to create these mind-blowing art installations that can only be seen from the right angle. “In order to …

Bruges, Belgium is home to a new installation that is impossible to miss. Brooklyn-based architecture and design company STUDIOKCA has put up a 38-foot-tall whale made entirely of plastic waste reclaimed from the ocean.

Bruges, Belgium is home to a new installation that is impossible to miss. Brooklyn-based architecture and design company STUDIOKCA has put up a 38-foot-tall whale made entirely of plastic waste reclaimed from the ocean.

'The Small Forest' is series of animal sculptures by Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita using items found we would consider throw-away trash.

'The Small Forest' is series of animal sculptures by Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita using items found we would consider throw-away trash.

Barry Rosenthal's still life photographic series "Found in Nature" of ocean borne trash highlights the global problem of marine pollution

Barry Rosenthal's still life photographic series "Found in Nature" of ocean borne trash highlights the global problem of marine pollution

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Yong Ho Ji  Yong makes sculptures out of old tires. He sees tires as a symbol of out-of-control consumerism.

Artists are usually ahead of the curve when it comes to being green. The artists featured here exclusively use recycled and/or trash to make pieces of contemporary art. These artists practice the art of "upcycling", or literally turning everyday trash into creative treasures. While Andy Warhol may have made the idea popular with his famous

"Found in Nature": The language of trash - photography by Barry Rosenthal - Pictures - CBS News

Barry Rosenthal's still life photographic series "Found in Nature" of ocean borne trash highlights the global problem of marine pollution

Chinese artist turns trash into high fashion - CNN Style

Wan Yunfeng's distinctive gowns are crafted from discarded items, draped and twisted around his body and photographed to send a message about the destructive power of human consumption.