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Emilie Voirin at MUDAM Luxembourg Presents Recycled Sunglasses

 - Oct 16, 2011
References: emilievoirin & designboom
Emilie Voirin at MUDAM Luxembourg recently interacted with visitors to create upcycled shades in a variety of shapes and sizes.

If you need to get inspired for your next party, or to give your look the right twist to impress, check out these stunning customized sunglasses created during the Custom Eyes workshop at the contemporary art museum. The workshop had the french designer Emilie Voirin helping participants to turn old discarded sunglasses into cool, fresh and funny accessories by gluing small parts such as plastic flowers, toy soldiers, plastic animals and a variety of other objects onto the frames and then coloring them red, green or blue.

During the two-day workshop, 200 pairs of sunglasses were created. Emilie Voirin at MUDAM Luxembourg was a definite hit.

Photo Credits: designboom, emilievoirin