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Plakat med et farvestrålende motiv på en sort baggrund.

Plakat med et farvestrålende motiv på en sort baggrund.

Batman, poster. Barntavla med texten "Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then always be Batman". Vi har fler svartvita barntavlor med söta citat och texter. Vi trycker våra barnposters på ett matt obestruket papper. Desenio.com

Batman, poster. Barntavla med texten "Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then always be Batman". Vi har fler svartvita barntavlor med söta citat och texter. Vi trycker våra barnposters på ett matt obestruket papper. Desenio.com

chasm by John Dahlsen

chasm by John Dahlsen

- Rimel Neffati

- Rimel Neffati

Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s art revolves around “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences.” One of the ways he does this is by using recycled materials in his art and inviting others—kids, artists, the public in general—to participate in its creation.

Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji’s art revolves around “ways of transforming existences that are not valued by society into special existences.” One of the ways he does this is by using recycled materials in his art and inviting others—kids, artists, the public in general—to participate in its creation.

Found in Nature by Barry Rosenthal

Found in Nature by Barry Rosenthal

Michela Bufalini, quadri di pietra / pebble art - ... @Gigarte.com

Michela Bufalini, quadri di pietra / pebble art - ... @Gigarte.com

Nathalia Edenmont is the happiest when she’s dressing up a model in 90 boxes of grapes or gluing thousands of butterfly wings to a piece of cardboard. “That’s when I feel truly alive. I like things to be difficult. If it’s too easy I lose my drive.” It took her almost eight months to finish her collage Force of Nature, now a part of IKEA Art Event 2016. Eight months of placing butterfly wings in the exact right spot before photographing the result with her large format camera.

Nathalia Edenmont is the happiest when she’s dressing up a model in 90 boxes of grapes or gluing thousands of butterfly wings to a piece of cardboard. “That’s when I feel truly alive. I like things to be difficult. If it’s too easy I lose my drive.” It took her almost eight months to finish her collage Force of Nature, now a part of IKEA Art Event 2016. Eight months of placing butterfly wings in the exact right spot before photographing the result with her large format camera.

what we should do with garbage we find in the garden: sort it by color and make a recycled environmental art wall!

what we should do with garbage we find in the garden: sort it by color and make a recycled environmental art wall!

This is made out of reycled materials, meant to promote sustainability symbolised by the colours

This is made out of reycled materials, meant to promote sustainability symbolised by the colours

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