Guerra de la Paz is the composite name that represents the creative team efforts of Cuban artists, Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz who live and work in Miami, Florida. Gaining access to an overabundance of discarded clothing, they used clothes as their main unconventional materials to produce a series of beautiful and inspiring recycled art which are shown below. They create work with a universal message. Using recycled clothes as their medium and the guidance of the unrelenting amounts of information that fuels today's mass conciousness and it's subversive parallels.
We normally see tube car tires use by kids on the beaches and creek to float, but we never think of it that it can also be useful in our living room as a seating with armchairs. Just be creative to coat with strips of fabric for upholstery. The result is amazing, creative designed by Camilla H. Halvoersen.
Photos credited to remobilia.com
Complete Tutorial links here: remobilia.com
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An incandescent light bulb is an electric light which produces light with a filament wire heated to a high temperature by an electric current passing through it, until it glows. Since this bulbs use more energy than alternatives such as CFLs and LED lamps, many governments have introduced measures to ban their use. In the US, federal law has scheduled the most common incandescent light bulbs to be phased out by 2014, to be replaced with more energy-efficient light bulbs. Traditional incandescent light bulbs were phased out in Australia last November 2009. But before it will be phased-out totally, a lot of countries are still using this kind of light bulb and a lot of busted bulb are still around. By helping the environments recycling is one of the key and here are some ways to upcycle your busted bulb.
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