Trashures: The Beauty Of Useless Stuff by Tineke MeirinkTrashures: The Beauty Of Useless Stuff by Tineke Meirink

Trashures: The Beauty Of Useless Stuff

byTineke Meirink

Paperback | October 7, 2016

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Have you seen the Waste Land documentary? It's about the largest landfill in the world in Brazil where people make a living out of garbage in the dump. Until artist Vik Muniz comes and Art is born out of rubbish materials and ends up in Phillips, an auction house in London, one of the most important in contemporary art. Inspired? Through Trashures useless garbage will become indispensable to your project. You can also get to know how other artists reacted to the transition from useless, scrap, ordinary things to unique pieces of art, ingenious assemblages of beautiful and smart designed new products.For whoever has an eye for it, there is beauty in everything, from rubbish to stuff that is plain useless. This book features fifteen international artists who work with rubbish, showcases some of their projects, and includes a DIY spread for a project by every artist. Have you seen the Waste Land documentary? It's about the largest landfill in the world in Brazil where people make a living out of garbage in the dump. Until artist Vik Muniz comes and Art is born out of rubbish materials and ends up in Phillips, an auction house in London, one of the most important in contemporary art. Inspired? Through Trashures useless garbage will become indispensable to your project. You can also get to know how other artists reacted to the transition from useless, scrap, ordinary things to unique pieces of art, ingenious assemblages of beautiful and smart designed new products.For whoever has an eye for it, there is beauty in everything, from rubbish to stuff that is plain useless. This book features fifteen international artists who work with rubbish, showcases some of their projects, and includes a DIY spread for a project by every artist.
Anja Brunt is a designer who published with BIS the Make a Face Memory Game, which is full of funny faces created with every day materials. Tineke Meirink is an illustrator who created for BIS the Can You See What I See Memory Game, in which she gives a whole new meaning to pictures of everyday objects by adding small sketches to them.
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Title:Trashures: The Beauty Of Useless StuffFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 11.08 × 8.49 × 0.33 inPublished:October 7, 2016Publisher:Bis PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9063694253

ISBN - 13:9789063694258

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Read this book and a visit to the tip will become as inspirational as a trip to the art supplies store."- New Design magazine"Trashures is a book I completely relate to, as every idea, concept and thought is in synch with my creative journey. Most importantly, this book helps you open your mind and transcends you to a new and undiscovered dimension. Lastly, this book helps you keep your eyes open, see beauty in otherwise mundane surroundings, find forms in everyday items you use and look at thrash in a fresh perspective."- Indiaartndesign.com 'Read this book and a visit to the tip will become as inspirational as a trip to the art supplies store.'- New Design magazine'Trashures is a book I completely relate to, as every idea, concept and thought is in synch with my creative journey. Most importantly, this book helps you open your mind and transcends you to a new and undiscovered dimension. Lastly, this book helps you keep your eyes open, see beauty in otherwise mundane surroundings, find forms in everyday items you use and look at thrash in a fresh perspective.'- Indiaartndesign.com "