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Photographer Mandy Barker created this work of art out of salvaged items from beaches from around the world. <a href="https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/477874210431134080/"><i>[Photo: Pinterest]</i></a><br />

Upcycling Goals: These Incredible Works Of Art Are Made Entirely From Rubbish

Mandy Barker 'soup: refused' ingredients: plastic oceanic debris affected by the chewing and attempted ingestion by animals, including a toothpaste tube additives: teeth from animals

the COLOURS OF THE BUILDINGS ARE GLASS/METAL AND SHINE LIKE THIS

Inspiring image blue colouring, gasoline rainbow, rainbow colouring - Resolution - Find the image to your taste

Phenomenal Junk Portraits by Tom Deininger -- http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/tom-deininger

Phenomenal Junk Portraits

Phenomenal Junk Portraits - Tom Deininger& Screaming Creations Make Use of Discarded Material (GALLERY)

Here is the work of recent graduate student from the UK, Mandy Barker. Entitled SOUP and named after the term given to plastic debris in the sea, this series of images aim to engage with, and stimulate an emotional response in the viewer by combining a contradiction between initial aesthetic attraction and social awareness. Written by Cyril Foiret

SOUP Series - Mandy Barker - photography of plastic debris found floating in the sea

One image in photographer Kim Preston's series "Plastic Pacific," which uses everyday household items to draw attention to the growing plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Everyday Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures

One image in photographer Kim Preston's series "Plastic Pacific," which uses everyday household items to draw attention to the growing plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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