Question Mark by Sophie Thomas 14/23
For her poster, Sophie Thomas, Co-Director of Design at the RSA, recycled plastic waste to encourage others to do likewise.
“These attractive little pieces of plastic flotsam are testimony to our love of the disposable and attachment to plastic as a wonder material. But they are also an environmental reflux of something we have thrown away and not given any further thought to.
50 Shades by Angus Hyland 5/23
Pentagram partner, Angus Hyland, wanted to create a simple visual that would make recycling feel less like something you should do and more like something you want to do. For inspiration, he turned to the universal symbol for recycling - as well as last year’s must-read novel.
“I’ve always loved the recycling symbol, designed by Gary Anderson in 1970. It’s a Möbius strip, with the arrows providing direction and a sense of action.
Art Installation Connecting Southside Neighborhoods
Ballroom Luminoso is the first public art project to be completed under the new bond program approved by voters in 2012. Public Art San Antonio constructed the spheres primarily from recycled bicycle parts, with a touch of creative whimsy making each chandelier distinct.
Driftwood sculpture by Andries Botha
Isaac Cordal - ‘Cement Bleak’
Isaac Cordal uses strainers not as kitchen tools but as a means to create street art.