Who says all recycled art has to look crusty and junky? Haute*Nature is an eco shopping guide blog blending high style with sustainability.
Whole Cloth Designs isn’t exclusively recycled, but Carrie does do reuse, as well as blog about being a creative mom in this crazy world.
Ruby does dig crusty and junky recycled art, too:
Sir Reginald Junksworth III, aka Junky, is an enigmatic street art avenger who creates creatures from the debris of society, then resurrects them onto wooden telegraph poles and other forgotten places around the globe (well around Australia so far).
Chris at skeletonkrewe does the Can Project!, which features skeletons painted on cans, as well as other street art in New Orleans; Ben Hawkins in Kansas City uses all sorts of junk to make his Whimsical Rubbish.
Keep the Old
Art for Housewives is the first blog that we ever fell in love with, and we continue to appreciate all of the pics and links and inspiring information about women, art, the home, and how to make art, not trash, that is packed onto its pages. Grazie, Cynthia K!
We also love garblogger Leila Darabi over on Everyday Trash, Shari Elf and her Good and Sturdy Art, my supportive studio mate Jenny Macc, and Carie Collver and all of the great gals at the Arts Council of Snohomish County Gallery in Everett, WA, where Spot the Wonder Dog will make his debut at the new “Pets on Parade II” art exhibit.