|Fruit Loopy art.|
|Quiet elegant really...|
for toilet paper.
|Rachel Betty Case and her toenail and navel lint art.|
|St. Peter's in toothpicks. The pope would be proud.|
|Care to guess the recycled art material here? (answer at bottom)|
|Artistic License (plates)|
|All it needs is a string of lights.|
Whether it's silver spruce of hubcaps (left) or used rubber gloves (plastic, actually) bent on making a fashion statement as designed by Sarah Bell Smith, recycled materials have the advantage of being plentiful, varied, and usually quite inexpensive.
|Sarah Bell Smith's recycled gown.|
To the opposite extreme, Olivia Hulme's colored pencil sculptures would be quite expensive to execute. High grade Prismacolors can run more than a dollar each. Even if they were sharpened, then cut to size, I'd hate to think how much she has invested in what she terms her "cluster" (below).
|Clusters, Olivia Hulme|
|The Mona Lisa is toast. The seashell mystery material is...cigarette butts.|