Sydney Harbour Recycled in Wood
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Sydney Harbour Recycled materials
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Sydney Harbour Recycled in Wood

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My original application was using two document folders as the harbour Bridge. Then I took my ex-architect friend Richard Cheah's advice to use the bridge's nickname literally - coat hanger. I think it looks better. Can you spot the St. Mary's Catheral? (It's the two small red pointy nozzles/spires behind the opera house).
The staggered Sugarine boxes are the Pier One.

This one renders the Harbour in wood. It is important to blend the materials into the wooden background.

This is a highly economical way to produce art. I simply put the cans back in the cupboard after use. No waste. Even the wooden background were inserted images only.

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Stephen Pong   2013

Recycling Artist