Saturday, December 31, 2011

The Traveling Bottles Project - Shelf A

If you travel at all you have no doubt encountered, collected, and are now encumbered by an assortment of little bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. These small containers given away by hotels as complimentary bathroom amenities tend to accumulate in any traveler's home, much like orphan single socks and Number 2 pencils.

While organizations like Clean the World have tried to come up with creative ways of recycling these little plastic ecological no-nos, here at Stuff You Can't Have an assortment of these tiny containers have been transformed into art as part of the Traveling Bottles Project. Below is Shelf A of the project. More containers will be displayed in coming days.

Bottle One: Broken jewelry, including broken coral necklace found in the sand on a beach in West Africa.
Close-up of Bottle One

Bottle Two: broken jewelry, shattered auto window glass, flamingo feathers collected in the Yucatan

Close-up of Bottle Two

Bottle Three: broken jewelry, nails, tiny rubber frog

Bottle Three: side view

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