Posted by: gargupie | February 2, 2012

Wreath of Arts

After enjoying a candy bar or using the disposable wooden chopsticks for your deli sushi, we usually overlook the wrappers and immediately discard  these protective casings.  But surely, they could be transformed into an art form, such as these wreaths that I saw at an art gallery in Central Park, NY.

Starbucks’s and chopstick sleeves could not be more crafty and imaginative than these collective creations.

So the next time you throw away a food-related ‘trash’, think twice…or thrice.  They could metamorphose into something unique and well, visually tasteful.

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Responses

  1. Wow, that’s really beautiful artworks! 🙂

    A former school fellow of mine, who played the percussions in the school big band, used to collect old hub caps and these little aluminum thingies fixed to the top of a can for pulling off the lid, and made percussion instruments from them. Very nice for Latin American jazz standards! 🙂

  2. kool. will check it out. thanx!


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