PSFK Talks With Artist Aaron Scales of Bottlestop
PSFK has been talking with artists and innovators that weve covered recently to get their insight on the future of innovative art and ideas
PSFK has been talking with artists and innovators that weve covered recently to get their insight on the future of innovative art and ideas.
Aaron Scale is a student at the UK College of Design student, who we have covered in the article Solar Powered Bus Shelter Composed of Recycled Bottles. Powered by solar panel roofing, the LED-lit station is entirely self-sustaining.
What projects or ideas are currently inspiring your work?
I am completely fascinated by Samuel Mockbee’s Rural Studio in Alabama and the work going on there integrating salvaged, non-traditional materials like carpet remnants or windshields into community structures. Additionally, Cameron Sinclair and Architecture for Humanity are my inspirations and aspirations; particularly exhilarating is their Design Like You Give a Damn cataloging the architectural and product design genius being unfurled at the international humanitarian front.