Ida-Marie Corell's Ikea bag installation/dress is one of many plastic bag works in the exhibit 'Oh, Plastiksack!' at the Gewerbemuseum thru June 21. Other artists include Luzinterruptus, Nils Völker, and Simon Monk. @Sarah Murray oh another use!
News: Marie Antoinette Wigs Made With Miles of Plastic Wrap
Kate Cusak is resourceful. The artist makes Marie Antoinette wigs crafted entirely with saran wrap: “'There is an exciting ‘a-ha’ moment when someone realizes that there is more to my design then they initially expected,' Cusack says. 'I create polished, elegant work that the viewer can appreciate in a serious way, but then when the viewer notices whatever the object is made out of, it surprises them and brings a smile to their face.'” Cusak's wigs were featured at Tiffany & Company’s ...
Let Them Eat Plastic: SMART Art - Trash Into Treasure
Let Them Eat Plastic: SMART Art – Trash Into Treasure :: My Plastic-free Life- Tim Dey's "Ghost of Versailles". Made from used packing supplies, bubble wrap, drop cloths, aquarium tubing and soda bottle bottoms.
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The British-born artist stitched together 555 blue Ikea bags, the 59 cent ones. Ida-Marie, constructed the gown for the opening group show in a Zurich Gallery using the neon yellow handles as straps for her shoulders; she let the rest of the voluminous patchwork of plastic wrap around the room. Corell's "ID(E)A dress" is part of "Oh, Plastiksack."