Canadian Artists Sculpts Art from Plastic Waste

Converting wastefulness to tastefulness, New York-based Canadian artist Aurora Robson has crafted stunning sculptures and built mind-bogglingly beautiful hanging installations. The colors are diverse and exotic, as is the range of abstract shapes. Some appear ethereal, others akin to deep-sea creatures, while some seem to represent natural habitats and inner organs, and all created from discarded plastic bottles and the like.

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