Alanna uses various parts of old tin cans or copper sheet cut to create these fine works, the ultimate recycling program. View Allana Baird’s Fish Sculptures here.
Trillium Artisans, a project of the nonprofit Neighborhood Pride Team, is a microenterprise support and community economic development program that empowers artisans and actively connects them to markets. Trillium’s primary goal is to help low-income artisans increase their craft business income and build sustainable microenterprises. All products reflect the commitment to sustainability: they are created […]
WASTE NOT, an an art competition, exhibition and auction of unique creations made from recycled, reused and found materials on March 4, 2006 from 7:00pm to 11:00pm This event is a benefit for SCRAP (School and Community Reuse Action Project) which promotes creative reuse and environmentally sustainable behavior by providing educational programs and affordable materials […]
Aaron Kramer, an artist from Venice, California is the author of the quote, “trash is the failure of imagination”. He makes objects from street sweeper bristles, recycled coffee stirrers and tin can lids.
Several years ago, Donald Knaack made a commitment to exclusively compose-for and perform-on junk, objects that have been discarded and everyday household objects – all recycled for the purpose of music. The result is called Junk Music ™. “Junk Music ™ is made from junk, but it doesn’t sound like junk. When they hear it, […]