What we live with now

Those of you who follow TBTP on a regular basis are well aware that I’m a huge fan of the Spanish artists collective Luzinterruptus. Their international environmentally focused art installations always make bold and memorable statements. “The Plastic We Live With” or “El Plastico con el que vivimos” was their most recent project. Last month, it transformed a former Virgin Megastore in Bordeaux, France to help graphically visualize the excess plastic all around us.

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1 Response to What we live with now

  1. josypheen says:

    I love the last photo with the confused stone face above all that plastic.

    When the UK insisted shops start charging 5p for plastic bags a while ago, it instantly reduced the number of bags people used. I wonder why more countries don’t adopt that small change? It makes such a big difference!

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