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Rubbish as a source of artistic visions.
COSTUMES WERE MADE OF RUBBISH FOUND IN THE BOILER ROOM
Preparation of blue ecological dress
We started with sticking garbage to the blue plastic bag. We sticked everything carefully with a ecological home made glue.,
It took us about 1 hour to prepare this eco dress.
Preparation of black ecological dress. The process of creation is similar, but the materials (rubbish )are different.
This dress was made of black plastic bag and paper work of sweets. Both dresses were strenghten by the use of adhesive paper. The necklace was made of used paper rolls from toilet paper and a string.
Our eco – umbrella was made of old cardboard, wire and home made glue. Do not use it in case of rain
Imagine how much time did we spend to clean up after this action? It took us more time than preparaton of the costumes but it was a great fun
BEHIND THE STAGES
Now you will see the example of GREEN ARCHITECTURE presented by our models
Now its time to show the results of our hard work to everyone.
This Fashion Show was prepared by: 1. Kasia Gojowy 2. Ola Fit 3. Darek Fit
Check out what can do amateurs? Imagine what can be done by professionals.
Robots ready for inserting some electronic devices that can make them work.
These robots were made by our students: 1. Paweł Herman 2. Paweł Kasperuk 3. Justyna Marek 4. Patrycja Mądrowska 5. Olivia Cuber 6. Monika Franek
Now we will se what kind of objects can professional artists do. Of course everything is made of rubbish.
BE CREATIVE !!! EVERYONE CAN BE AN ARTIST!!!
THE END THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!
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