Bernard Pras Makes Art from the Most Random Found Objects
Look closely at his Louis XIV portrait, and you'll recognize toilet paper, bags of chips, soda cans and chocolate bars, while inspection of his Mao portrait reveals slinkies, stars and peacock feathers.
Implications - The fascination with these eco-friendly portraits stems from the consumer desire to be good to the environment. Turning trash into treasure allows customers to feel empowered as they are helping to clean up the world for the better. Companies can benefit from these patterns by providing products that give customers a sense of entitlement when buying a commodity.Stats for 3D Garbage Portraits Trending: Older & Buzzing
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