A great way to recycle glass bottles and instructions on how to make this here
Enlarged animal replicas made of discarded parts from old bicycles, cars, and mopeds, by French sculptor Edouard Martinet
Junk Mandala for Greenpeace’s advertisement. Simply great, especially for us, faithful believers of garbage reincarnations!
click Here and Here to see the ads in a large scale, they are beautiful!
A common shopping cart transformed into a “Sun lounger”, by american-born frankfurt-based artist Mike Bouchet, part of an outdoor furniture series, presented by Nathalie Karg / Cumulus studios at Design Miami / Basel 2011
Skull sculpture made of used tires from artist Stefano Bombardieri, via Galerie 208, Paris
Sculpture created from found glass objects by japanese artist Hideki Kuwajima. The artist is represented by Roentgenwerke art gallery, Tokyo.
Self production and assembly light, part of Burda furniture series, by studio DÅG (designers Tal Mor and Shlomi Azulay) . A pattern poster enables the user to produce a piece of furniture of his own choice, out of any wooden surface , with no use of glue, screws or nails.
via tel aviv art design
Exciting jewelleries and ritual objects for tribesmen, aliens, inhabitants of future lands and other creatures made by Los Angeles based artist Lauren Machen.
Lauren unconventionally hand-crafts wardrobe and accessory for editorial, video using found material.
Pictures by Maggie West , Wes Klain and Colleen Durkin (courtesy of the artist)
Various installations in the corridors of a hotel in Greece, part of a low cost renovation made of the hotel’s recycled furniture. Designer Werner Maritsas, stencil from the Donna Martins
art toy by artist Phu (or Phuek)
a basket by ZPStudio made of PVC hose and colored zip ties
The Its a Man Made World collection of jewelry, created by designer Barbara de Vries and made of plastic that was found along beaches in the Bahamas
birds made of found woods, metals and wires from artist Kathy Boortz, found here + here
Ptolemy Elrington creates objects and lamps from re-used materials
A series of lamps designed and beautifully pictured by Ana Kraš. Bonbon lamps ‘ are colourful strings knitted manually over steel wire shape cotton that was used for making prototypes is a leftover from a previous collection of a knitwear company called Ivko-knits.’
(spot the bonbon)