02022-11-16 | Art | 1 comment

A Stonehenge-style monument has arrived in Milan – and it’s made from plastic:

London design studio VATRAA stacked thousands of water bottles to create its Plastic Monument installation, which is designed to highlight the world’s pollution problem.

The artwork echoes the trilithons of England’s 5,000-year-old Stonehenge, which are made from pairs of upright stones supporting a lintel. It’s designed as a reinterpretation of the prehistoric stone circle, albeit made from a far more problematic material.

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  1. anne

    innovations can awake collective consciousness out of a static present…,maybe – anything is possible.


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