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I think the wheels would make nice features in gardens 💚 they are getting lost on big building which means you can't see the detail in them... next project plan: bigger work or smaller area to display on 😊
This peice has gone up at Penistone Train station, along with some work from a lovely group called Bumping Spaces. Thanks to @cyclepencic for donating the wheels for both projects 🌞😆 all designs on the reclaimed wheels are made with non-recyclable household plastics 🌱💚
My tribute to Vincent Van Gogh's "Almond blossom"1890.Papercollage made from paperbags in France. Photos from a almond tree in my garden in St.Germain en Laye 2017.Playing with Android apps.Printed on my homeprinter.Frame from the nearest Emmaüs.
Was exhibited at Queen Sonja's curch and culturecenter in Paris spring 2017.
"But I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things" Vincent van Gogh
Had some spare time this morning to make this piece... But wondering where the lovely sun has gone? I'm going to paint the tire with oranges and yellows to creative a little mock sun 🌞💛💙 I also love how the plastic highlights the design of the spokes!
This is definitely the current favourite 💛💙 so happy someone has given him a home at their house for the Tour de Yorkshire. The blue wheel inspired me to create a piece which referenced Van Gogh's Starry Night, all made from household plastic packaging, which would otherwise be thrown away. More painterly pieces to come 😬
Thursdays workshop with Thurgoland Primary went down a treat; the students decorated bike wheels for the Tour de Yorkshire.
There was a lot of mess made! But these colourful beauties, plus some more, were the outcome :) can't wait to display them out side the school for the everyone to see.
Big thanks to @cyclepencic for the seemingly endless supplying all the wheels 💛💙
Dirty studio images of objects that take forever to cure, currently at 2 months with before that the process of the collecting, then the making, not friendly material each taking week or more just to form. Objects of the Earth 🌍🌎🌏🌊 Considering all the madness on the planet, I feel honored to be the wisdom keeper, the daily diary, journal of the secret’s with the core of where we live. Be inspired to be alive! One with the waters, the Pacific Northwest Wisdom. Yes, it’s kind of deep, I know where I am from. #Goingcoastal#PNWartist#sculpture#organic#woven#nature#EarthDay#studioprocess#oregonartist#enviromentalart
Neil started work that night on glasses that could cut out the harmful toxic rays he was experiencing anytime he saw plastic. He used his chemical engineering skills to develop a repellent coating for the lenses to seek out and repel the toxic rays. Next he used cut-up old wetsuits @finisterreuk combined with New wonder material #graphene thread to make a super strong everlasting, toxic chemical and bulletproof wetsuit. He tried his new creations on for size and realised his destiny lay in the fight to ban plastic through his new alter-ego Captain Banplastic!! 👊🏻💥💥💪🏻 @refabricated
Happy 420 to all people who can use this sacred plant as a medicine and not abuse of it. I'm personally not a big smoker but I'm fascinate of cannabis and her inner power and hundred uses. Is a potent medicine, recreational and all part of her can be uses for a lot of products. I'm personally half an half with the legalization not because people can abuse but because most government are taking advantage of this businesses.. This is one of my first botanical illustration I did in 2010 "MEDICINAL " 2010
OAKLAND CA ♧
I've been working at the wheel today... but not the one I'm used to. Ive been weaving with non-recyclable plastic to transform the wheels into something colourful and fun, ready to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire and bringing some colour to local villages around Penistone. 💙💛