Saturday, May 17, 2008

Introduction

Plastic! Plastic! Plastic! There’s plastic everywhere. Apparently, plastic has taken the lead as the ultimate solution to almost every facet of human needs in this modern age. Just think about it. Look around and tell us if it’s not true. Since we can’t expect commercial manufacturers or the general public to abruptly reduce dependency on plastics, we can however, starting with our own initiative, creatively transform them into functional art in an effort to minimise plastics from entering the waste stream.

Hence we have taken the task to challenge ourselves with one of the most ubiquitous of all plastic waste, none other than the plastic mineral water bottles.

The following images clearly illustrates our enthusiastic intention to encourage everyone to re-think, re-use and reduce whatever that is considered waste.

Drop us a comment or suggestion. Let us know what you think.

Thank you!
..........lisa & susim..........

Used plastic bottles to be re-used and realised into art by Lisa Foo & Su Sim M.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since we can’t expect commercial manufacturers or the general public to reduce dependency on plastics, we can however, starting with our own initiative, creatively transform them into functional art.

You give up rather easily, don't you?

I have no problem with this art, it looks cool, and it's a better use of all that embedded energy than a lot of other things I can think of.

But there's no reason to do this *instead* of creating a sustainable life support network.

POKOK said...

everyone has specific talent in life. Not everyone has the creative ability to transform a meaningless piece of litter into an aesthetically pleasing art piece. LFSS happened to be 2 rare geniuses who have that ability. they should keep doing what they do best and leave 'creating a sustainable life support network' to the passionate other who enjoys doing just that.

if everyone do their part in healing the planet we will soon have a better place to live in.

we are doing our part in saving junk from ending in landfills. what's yours?

POKOK said...
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POKOK said...

* aesthetically pleasing AND functional art piece

kc said...

Where can we find instructions for something like this?

naser said...

hai
im visualcrackers would really appreciate your stuffs. what your next project? im dealing with this kind of stuff too. please browse my blog.

mãos arteiras said...

Belissimo trabalho,muito bom gosto!super funcional.tudo espetacularr!!

mãos arteiras said...

Adorei tem o psso a passo?desde já agradeço.