Ghana artist El Anatsui, metal hanging at Brooklyn Museum. I love the way the artist recycles liquor bottle caps and other found objects to create gorgeous metallic "fabrics" resembling the traditional Kente cloth woven in Ghana.
Amanda Nelsen -- Kinkade Recycled (Mountain Retreat) This 8 by 5 foot wall hanging is comprised of approximately pieces of junk mail, folded and string bundled into 2 inch cubes to create colored pixels.
Idea for "Shrinky Dink" version of this. End of Days (detail) 2014 Brandie Grogan Fine - art installation translucent fragments that have words stitched on them pinned to gallery wall mixed media sculpture printmaking, san francisco
El Anatsui Dusasa I Ghanian-born El Anatsui constructs large-scale, quilt-like sculptures comprised entirely of the aluminum wrappings from liquor bottles. The works take on this incredible life as it folds and ripples, mimicking a textile.