I think I can grow these

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Not sure what goes with your new AstroTurf lawn?
Since 2004 Czech artist Veronika Richterova’s has cultivated a playful love affair with repurposing polyethylene teraphthalate (PET)

Since 2004 she has devoted herself systematically to serious artistic work with PET bottles. The easily malleable PET has surprisingly proved to be an excellent material for fulfilling her artistic intentions. For this offshoot of her artistic aspirations she has chosen the designation PET-ART…[Her] aim is to capture the fundamental principle of the human desire for creative recycling. And it is not in the least important whether the work in question is purely functional, or is simply a decorative object… .”

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3 Responses to I think I can grow these

  1. Pam/Digging says:

    At first glance I wasn’t sure I liked them. But now I’m kind of smitten. She’s really captured the growth habit of these plants – in plastic!

  2. Really quite brilliant in my opinion. I love the organic shapes she was able to create using production line materials.

  3. Wow, this is a very original idea with plastic plants. It looks pretty impressive.

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