Urban Beautification: Any Color Trash You Like

New York based artist Adrian Kondratowicz has been working on improving the urban landscape through the use of his custom-made, brightly colored trash bags since August of last year. He’s distributed the biodegradable bags throughout New York City, and in several countries around the world. Adrian will be part of a group exhibition during the […]

New York based artist Adrian Kondratowicz has been working on improving the urban landscape through the use of his custom-made, brightly colored trash bags since August of last year. He’s distributed the biodegradable bags throughout New York City, and in several countries around the world. Adrian will be part of a group exhibition during the ICFF called InDisposed which focuses on sustainability versus wastefulness, and preciousness versus mass production.

He explains:

TRASH: anycoloryoulike is a vivid art intervention for urban beautification and environmental awareness. The project consists of select city blocks in which new artist-created bags transform standard piles of trash into vivid sculptures of color through the participation of local business owners and residents. Each TRASH bag is 100% biodegradable and naturally scented to repel insects and vermin.

[via Guerrilla Innovation]

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