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happy plastic bags

posted by Ellen Scordato

Interdependent art? Without plastic bags, we wouldn’t have this!
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SVA (School of Visual Arts) student Joshua Allen Harris makes these around the new york city streets (btw, for out-of-towners--that's a subway grate, and air gusts out of it when trains go by).

A big thanks to the most excellent Mark and Sarah of http://woostercollective.com for this one!



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Eva

posted March 30, 2008 at 1:41 pm


this is the coolest thing i have seen all day. i <3 ny



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Ethan Nichtern

posted March 31, 2008 at 12:11 pm


Okay, let’s not get rid of ALL plastic bags. Just 99%. Enough for this artist to keep on rockin.



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Erg

posted March 31, 2008 at 6:03 pm


And thanks to this website I recently gave up plastic bags. MAKE UP YOUR MIND PEOPLE ;)



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ellen

posted March 31, 2008 at 11:00 pm


well we don’t want MORE bags . . .
but if the ones we have are gonna be around a coupla hundred years or more. . .
this is some inventive recycling!



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