Amy Varagiannis’s rolled magazine art is proof that insightful and vibrant artwork doesn’t have to come from extremely expensive materials or require a heavy carbon footprint.
In fact, Amy Varagiannis made this nifty piece of artwork entirely from the pages of hundreds of different magazines which would otherwise would have found themselves relegated to the trash. In this way, Amy Varagiannis and her art is a fantastic example of how even small-scale DIY art projects using upcycled materials can play a big role in helping to cut down waste while still having fun.
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This Incredible Piece by Amy Varagiannis is Colorfully Eco-Friendly
- By: Jordan MFeb 14, 2011