Crazy DIY Recycling Old StuffToys

Recycling children's toys is not new to create an amazing work of arts. One example of this is the combination of metal and all sorts of stufftoys animal to form upholstery of this chairs and couches. The chairs and couches are unique that represents the functionality, fun and simplicity.


Incredible Head Sculptures from Recycled Toys

Australian artist Freya Jobbins creates an amazing sculptures from old toys. According to Jobbins she was inspired by the same artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo. She started by collecting recycled old toys from charity shops, garage sales, on eBay and more until she had enough to create an amazing head sculptures. She love to hunt old toys that's why she keep on searching wherever she go. You can visit for more updates.

The Batman



Dear old Darth






Self Portrait  Jobbins Freya


 Arnold Schwarzenegger

Australian TV personality Kerri-Anne Kennerley

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard



Agapi Trigono, Ganymede, Zeus & Hera
All Images are credited to Freya Jobbins

Recycling at its Best: Art Pieces Book Carvings

With a bit of creative and innovative thinking, and of course by recycling, you can create wonderful art pieces out of these unused and untouched books. Surely you would be thinking that books are meant to be read and gain knowledge out of it, but what knowledge is it providing you by sticking to that dusty shelf since years? We often hear about recycling paper, plastic and many more, then why not books? Just by doing such creative art works you can take a step further in erasing the line between objects, sculptures and photography. Moreover with the increasing use of E-Books now days, you would definitely be losing interest in these hard bound books. Enjoyed? Now spread those dusty books on the floor and start designing and recycling! LINK

Amazing Ways to Save Chopsticks

Billions of millions of chopsticks are dump around the world each year. The most widespread use of disposable chopsticks is in Japan, where around a total of 24 billion pairs are used each year. In China, an estimated 45 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks are produced yearly. (according to Wikipedia). Not sure how many are thrown away in the U.S., but you know it’s not a small number. And a few recycling initiatives around the world directly address this problem. So if you can’t recycle them, upcycle them! Here are some great ideas.

8,000 Chopsticks Into a Collapsible Chair

Canoe made from disposable chopsticks

Chopstick Dress

Chopstick Flower Vase

Chopstick Fruit Basket

Chopstick Koo Bag

Chopstick Table Lamp

Chopstick Sandals

Chopstick Stools

Chopstick Lighting

Chopstick Wall

Chopstick Wine Rack

Chopstick Bins

Chopsticks Create Stunning Wooden Clouds Inside LA’s Tsujita Restaurant

Hashi Mori Chopstick Forest

 Chopstick Folding Basket

Chopstick Wall Art


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