Visiting Jurassic Plastic, an art installation calling our attention to the mass consumption of plastic in our society was both confronting and captivating. Artist Hiroshi Fuji has taken over 100k plastic toys and arranged them in perfect patterns whilst giving you no choice but to shine a light on the level of plastic in our everyday lives. Did you know that unique to Australia we DO NOT recycle plastic toys. Think carefully about where they will end up after their minimal use because not all of them can be used for art! Landfill is the alternative...😥
@fabenigeria This company is Solving the global waste problem by turning Starbucks store trash into beautiful interior furniture.
This means that everything Starbucks produces are recycled. This is the kind of solution we want, we must all work together to achieve success in recycling.
Way to go!
A different paint finish technique on these side tables than we are used to... but we figured we’d give it a shot as they are😍 we can always repaint them, or just made the flat surfaces a solid white. Adorable and plenty of room.