• Huge chandelier recycled out of plastic to show its wastage

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    If you have the money, the sense of design and the heart to save the world, you can work wonders. As is proven by artist Katherine Harvey who created a huge 21 foot tall, 15 foot wide chandelier installed at the Santiago Calatrava’s Galleria in Toronto. She made this by transforming plastic recyclable containers into a massive chandelier. It doesn’t look very pretty but this wasn’t apparently made to look pretty but to send out a message on the horrors and the evil of plastic consumption.

    The artist in question has previously created a waterfall called Nuit Blanche in 2008 which used 6000 pounds of recycled water bottles, hockey arena netting and aircraft cable with a total size of 30 x 74 x 20 feet.