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ANNETTE MESSAGER (NEE EN 1943).   Mes voeux,   crayons de couleurs sur papier, acrylique sur photographies noir et blanc sous verre, ficelles 312 x 114 cm.  Réalisé entre 1988 et 1990.

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"Trash Army"  Artist: HA Schult  City: Köln

he impressive "trash army" sculptures created by Ha Schult from Germany, were created using hundereds of tons of garbage from local landfills, these sculptures travel all over the world to raise awareness of reuse/recycle/reduce.

This art is junk - literally: http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/thrown-to-the-wind

Twirling Waste Sculptures

Wang Zhiyuan – thrown to the Wind – Foot Tall Whirlwind of Garbage) – Beijing 2012

pascale marthine tayou grows plastic tree at art basel 2015

Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created his latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited 2015 by building a giant tree that produced plastic bags. The tree is not only supposed to stand as a representation of the harmful effects of pollution, but

some of 46000 pieces of plastic collected from Suffolk beaches whilst trying to 'save' a square mile of sea...

the webspace of artist Fran Crowe: creating with a twist - playful but at the same time deadly serious.


Why One Artist Is Making Marine Life Mosaics Out Of Our Trash

Angela Haseltine, artist and marine conservationist says, "she went to the ocean to heal and I found the ocean needed healing." Go to The Daily Catch to find out how she uses ocean debris to create artwork and promote awareness.


bhsutton: “ Another stunner from Valerie Hegarty’s new show at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Figure, Flowers, Fruit (through October “Flower Frenzy” ”

One Man’s Trash is Another’s Art – Raising Marine Life Awareness with the Ocean Art Walk

Show some love for Hong Kong’s waters while you lap up free art and performances along Stanley Promenade as part of Ocean Art Walk…

Found in Nature by Barry Rosenthal

"Found in Nature" Barry Rosenthal, photographer. A collection of litter transformed into minimalist works of art.

an oil age hut - created with marine debris collected from Suffolk's beches

the webspace of artist Fran Crowe: creating with a twist - playful but at the same time deadly serious.