We all use electronics in our daily life, but rarely stop to ponder where it all goes at the end of life. Unfortunately, most of it ends up in landfills, fueling the environmental crisis. However, Bangalore-based eco-artist, Vishwanath Mallabadi Davangere has made this e-waste his
One man’s garbage is another’s treasure is a befitting saying when it comes to unique artistic creations. Northern California-based artist Burls Art is known for creating guitars using unconventional materials such as paper, pencils and even Himalayan salt. He showcases the quaint work on his
Senegal’s pollution problem is one of the fieriest in West Africa. Its air quality is deteriorating at one of fastest pace in the world, and the streets and beaches are being fed heaps of plastic and non-biodegradable waste on a daily basis. To create awareness
James Doran-Webb, 46, is a Birmingham-based master craftsman. He had been all over the web for his breathtaking ‘galloping horse sculptures’ made from driftwood.
Thomas Dambo, a Copenhagen based artist, has some stunning pieces of sculptures made from discarded wood and trash.
We have seen discarded metal recycled into creative sculptures. Artists’ finds pleasure in recycling as awareness regarding sustainable practices reaches greater population. Now, we have some unique pieces of art that are created from discarded steel pieces. The artist has invented recycling in his own
The capacity of manifestation of emotions in creative ways gives birth to art. Richard Stainthorp is one of these incredible artists who have found amazing way to show human emotions with just body language of his life –sized sculptures. Mostly, facial expressions are used to
Artist Gilles Cenazandotti collects the debris from sea-shores and use them to express his anguish and worry regarding the world of over-consumption with its overflowing waste production, the concern for endangered species, and his emotive efforts to free the see waters from the industrial and
Daniel Canogar, a Madrid-based visual artist recently exhibited his sculptural installations that gave new life to discarded electronic materials. One sees profound influence of photography, art and video in his creations. These enticing works of art are made from waste electronic materials like VHS tape,
These marvelous and ecofriendly lamps are created by Marco Stefanelli, who is an Italian designer. Amazingly, the designer retained the natural organic form of the lamps made from sawmill scraps, tree branches, and cement blocks. Marco removed fragments of each piece he had and replaced