Tim Noble and Sue Webster create art with shadows used by beaming a protected light on a heap of garbage.
The sculpting of each mound of trash is done so precisely, the resulting image is eerily perfect. In fact, it may leave some questioning whether these images are real or digitally altered.
The English duo use garbage from the streets of London to form their masterpieces.
What a great solution for garbage! If you're not so talented, however, you can always sell your city's trash like they've done in New York...
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