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Crushed Coke Can Aerial Art Marks the Beginning of Recycle Week

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published:   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: creativereview
A Coke ad has been created from 200,000 crushed cans in a replica of a 1940s ad, to mark the beginning of Recycle Week.

Built by a team of artists, this enormous form of recycled art was created to encourage people to think about the value of recycling and, more specifically, the role of aluminum cans.

Check out the video to see more of the world's largest forms of recycled artwork.

Implications - After viewing this particular video, you too, will likely realize that these epic pop art canvasses are not only a great use of space, but they are also crush-tastic! I would love to stumble across a wide open field and discover crushed coke cans as cool as these ones!

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