Recycling Used Clothes for Contemporary Textile Sculptures and Home Decorations
Recycling used closets and decluttering your closets can be fun. Contemporary textile sculptures created by artists are inspiring, giving ideas creating home decorations and kids toys of used clothes. We like to buy more clothing than we really need, so every home has this wonderful material for diy art and craft projects.
Artists create huge and impressive textile sculptures and contemporary installations. Small home decorations and crafts made with used clothes are alternative ideas to add colorful accents and unique designs to home interiors while having fun with used clothes and decluttering closets.
A collection of interesting and very original artworks from Cuban artists is amazing. The duo Guerra de la Paz units two painters and friends Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz who live and work in Miami, Florida. They offer an alternative way to deal with decluttered closets and used clothes recycling, creating bright textile sculptures.
Used clothes recycling ideas
Artists have even invented the household archeology as their occupation. In a pile of used clothes and textiles they find what they need for their fantastic sculptures and create these installations.
The artists started to work with used clothes in 1996. Since then, their artistic projects have received many positive reviews and invitations to exhibit their installations in art galleries in Europe and America.
Look at some of their creations and you might want to try to make some small home decorations for your home.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 24.10.2012
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