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Vincent Hall Makes Celebumasks Out of Recycled Plastic Jugs

 - Jul 15, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011
References: milledgevillealliedarts & designboom
Vincent Hall is a talented artist who uses recycled milk jugs to create these fantastic masks. The homeless artist has a collection of faces that resemble famous stars such as Ray Charles, Oprah Winfrey, Tina Turner, and Barack Obama.

His exhibition, called 'Vincent Hall & Friends,' will be on at Marlor Arts Center in Milledgeville, U.S.A. until August 7th 2009.

Implications - It is quite interesting that this artist is homeless. While upcycling is something that has been brought to the mainstream, the idea that people who live on the streets can now create products that could get them back on their feet is inspirational. This could trend could be just the boost that down and out creatives need.