Everywhere around the world, beautiful and fun Christmas trees are being unveiled, and this tree by artist Jolanta Šmidtienė is one of a kind. The city of Kaunas, Lithuania approached the artist once again in order to create a fabulous public decoration for this year's festivities. The result is incredible as this holiday decoration kept the city's budget protected while helping the environment.
Made of 40,000 recycled green bottles and zip ties, this giant tree measures 13 meters tall and brightly shines at night. This decoration looks stunning, especially during the night when it's lit from the inside and the green color of the bottles sparkles with magic, filling the Kaunas' public plaza with the Holiday spirit.
The tree by Jolanta Šmidtienė is eco-friendly, full of joy and gets people pumped for Christmas.
The Christmas Tree by Jolanta Šmidtienė is Made of Plastic
1. Eco-friendly Decor - Creating holiday decorations using recycled materials presents opportunities for eco-conscious consumers and businesses to reduce waste and promote sustainability.
2. Sustainable Art - Artists repurposing materials for large-scale installations like Jolanta Šmidtienė's plastic bottle Christmas tree can inspire a new wave of sustainable art and design projects.
3. Night Illumination - Incorporating lighting elements into holiday decorations, like the illuminated interior of Jolanta Šmidtienė's tree, creates captivating nighttime displays and opportunities for innovative lighting design.
1. Environmental Conservation - The use of recycled materials in holiday decorations can spur innovation in waste management and recycling industries, as well as provide new market opportunities for sustainable products.
2. Art and Design - The convergence of art, sustainability, and public installations offers possibilities for artists, designers, and architects to collaborate on innovative projects that promote environmental consciousness.
3. Event and Decor Industry - The incorporation of eco-friendly and unique holiday decorations, such as Jolanta Šmidtienė's plastic bottle tree, can create demand for sustainable event and decor solutions that cater to environmentally-conscious consumers.