Four more ways to look at a plastic bag:
We first read about it on Wooster Collective , then Little Shiva posted it on The Visible Trash Society, and Leila did an in-depth follow up on Everyday Trash; now Ruby Re-Usable wants to remind you to check it out if you need a little FUN in your recycled street art: Joshua Allan Harris’ Air Bear and Air Zoo
Virginia Fleck‘s plastic bag mandalas are as much a commentary on ecological awareness as they are a celebration and elevation of the ordinary objects of our everyday lives.
Alec Clayton at the Weekly Volcano reviewed the street art show at The Black Front Gallery; read what he had to say about Ruby Re-Usable’s life sized plastic bag sculptures HERE (and please note that the stencils he refers to are NOT by Adie Janci, but by Sine)
ps Eco Geek keeps us posted about Seattle’s plan to charge for plastic bags at grocery, drug and convenience stores HERE