You know that car that’s been sitting around, unmoved for ages? Take the pressure off fixing it up by turning it into a garden! Best of all, it seconds as a great family project that the kids will love.
(Note: when removing the engine, make sure the parts are taken to an auto recycling center so the fluids are disposed of properly.)
65,000 “retired” CDs upcycled into art:
Set along the landscape of Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, Monro recently completed a solo show in which he covered the 23 acres of the Gardens with a handful of complicated light designs. Using CDs as the basis for this particular piece, Monro recycled more than 65,000 discs to form these contemporary Waterlilies in Bloom. The piece greets visitors with a metallic glow as it pays homage to Longwood’s iconic water lilies. The many retired audio discs float along the Large Lake during the day, reflecting brilliant flashes of sunlight in a rainbow of colors.
(Yes, same artist. In the above text, quoted from Juxtapoz magazine’s site, Munro’s referred to as “Monro.”)
Side note: I guess CDs sitting in water for four months didn’t harm the water quality on Longwood’s grounds?!