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I am sure most of us do not really thing about our trash as a design/creation/art work. When we are done eating with our bottles, garbage, wrappers, boxes, left overs: we automatically think about tossing it out but hey, that`s a work of art to some artists like Tim Noble and Sue Webster. <em>Your trash is someone`s treasure</em>... with the trash we would put in our trash cans, these artists can create <strong>shadow sculptures</strong>. The trash basically looks like a creepy pile of junk but when light is shined upon the trash, you get cool images- who would have thought?
That is mad props to the artists because it seems extremely hard to create. How does all the trash stay? Do they glue it down as they work on the design? Wouldn`t that be hard cause it`s like trial and error? It would be cool if they filmed how they create trash into pieces of art.
My favorite out of all:
- My favorite would have to be the first photo of a couple perhaps sitting and drinking wine/smoking. Not like I support smoking but that pile turns out to be THAT photo, I am very amazed!
<strong>What do you think of this trash design? Would you be able to create something like this? Which is your favorite?</strong>
Photos via: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/tim-noble-sue-webster-shadow-sculptures
Designer/Artist via: http://www.timnobleandsuewebster.com/artwerks.html