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Wednesday
Aug132008

Rubbish Refined

The ongoing series, TRASH: anycoloryoulike, began transforming trash in Harlem on June 13.  Through the participation of local residents, artist Adrian Kondratowicz is continually replacing standard piles of trash throughout New York with a vivid new design that beautifies the city and calls attention to waste consumption.

Individuals can contribute by commissioning a city block installation, sponsoring a public school or creating their own TRASH sculpture by visiting www.anycoloryoulike.biz.

The viral installation has also been documented in the Lower East Side, Soho and the West Village.

TRASH:  anycoloryoulike will continue citywide through the fall of 2008.

ABOUT: (ARP) TRASH BAG

Each bag is 100 percent biodegradable and scented to repel insects and vermin.


(images courtesy of anycoloryoulike)

Reader Comments (1)

Great article, lovely idea amazing pictures
September 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMadrid Apartment

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