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Recycled Refuse Mosaics
The Magic Garden is a Colorful Labyrinth of Eco Art


By: Jordan M (Rockstar) Mar 13, 11
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Isaiah Zagar’s Magic Garden shows you what an urban world might look like if the only building material available was recycled garbage.

That kind of description might make you think the Magic Garden isn’t a beautiful creation full of color and cheeriness, but such an interpretation couldn’t be less accurate. In fact, the Magic Garden is surprisingly vibrant and inviting, which is a true testament to Isaiah Zagar’s ability to bring beauty out of even the most unlikely of materials.

Isaiah Zagar’s Magic Garden is located on South Street in Philadelphia, and the incredible exhibit is open to the public for a nominal entrance fee—a great way to let the community enjoy what is definitely an inspiring site to behold.



Source: gizfactory
Readmore: phillymagicgardens.org



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