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Using Trashed Furniture for Creative Public Displays

 - Jul 10, 2009
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Garbage is never truly garbage and Tadashi Kawamata is making a great case in the hunt to prove that. He has taken old scraps of furniture and wood in general to create these majestic and thought provoking art exhibits.

The collection of wooden art is not confined to a gallery but openly displayed wherever Tadashi Kawamata decided it deserved to be placed. The different ideas behind the work make the projects so much more of an experience.

Check out the gallery to see the wooden scraps sculptures by Tadashi Kawamata.