Massive Coca-Cola Logo Sculpture Created From Discarded Soda Bottles [Pics]
Design collective creates an art installation that acts as a statement against plastic pollution.
Design collective Penda constructed a public art installation made of over 17,000 recycled plastic bottles attached together to create a ‘wave’ shape inspired by the Coca-Cola logo.
The piece, called Cola-Bow, consisted of bottles collected by a joint initiative of universities around Beijing and Coca-Cola China. The initiative gave people a bottle of Coke for every ten empty bottles that they brought to a designated recycling area. The installation was set up at the Student Beijing Design Exhibition.
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