Anna Garforth is 'Head Gardener' of Greenery Filled Tribal Masks

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Jul 31, 2010 • References: crosshatchling & apartmenttherapy
Guerrilla gardening project 'Head Gardeners' by Anna Garforth turns empty milk jugs into living street art, in a Chia Pet kind of way. The would-be trash is transformed by the artist into funky tribal masks which double as fun planters for a few lucky ferns and flowers.

The inverted plastic jugs have been strategically attached to light standards and sign posts throughout the city and now bring a touch of green distraction to an otherwise grey urban environment. Stats for Milk Jug Gardening Trending: Older & Chilly
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