Using found objects and recycled household waste, readers can learn from this book how to make a number of interesting and artistic items such as: a fish picture using onion skins as scales, an eggshell mosaic and a dinosaur out of old ...
Author: Susan Martineau
Publisher: Gruesome Series
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Using found objects and recycled household waste, readers can learn from this book how to make a number of interesting and artistic items such as: a fish picture using onion skins as scales, an eggshell mosaic and a dinosaur out of old socks.
Price : £ 4.99 ORGANIC EAT ORGANIC SOW & GROW YUM RECIPES HINTS & TIPS - MTX ASTONISHING ART RECYCLED RUBBISH Astonishing Art with Recycled Rubbish Don't throw it away - recycle it . Help the environment by turning junk " into works of ...
John Holden MARTINEAU , SUSAN Astonishing art with recycled rubbish ; illustrated by Martin Ursell . b small , 2001 , pp . 24 , £ 3.99 . LI . 1 902915 55 0 A title in the ' Gruesome ' series which the publisher suggests is aimed at the ...
There is now a variety of recycled materials for students to use in their response art, in class art ... They provide us with a bridge to the outer and inner world and can facilitate wellbeing, insights and health in astonishing ways.
Author: Daniel Wong
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This book shows how art therapists can use found objects in their work with clients. Found objects can be a highly affordable, imaginative and creative way of working, and are particularly effective when working with marginalised populations and clients who have experienced trauma. This edited collection contains chapters from a wide variety of contributors from around the world and covers a vast array of topics, including the use of found objects in clinical settings, community and art practice, pedagogy and self-care. This is the ideal resource for any art therapist wishing to explore the use of this non-traditional medium to enrich their practice.
Make a fish out of onion skins, craft a beheaded alien cake, or create your own erupting volcano. Every project in The Grossology Handbook is tried and tested.
Author: Susan Martineau
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Make a fish out of onion skins, craft a beheaded alien cake, or create your own erupting volcano. Every project in The Grossology Handbook is tried and tested. The recipes and projects use simple, everyday materials and have clear step-by-step instructions to help you get the most of your gross-out experience. Smart “Fact Files” and “Think About It” boxes introduce fun facts and explain the educational value behind each experiment and activity. Freaky, fascinating, and fun! Included within are sections on: Slimy Science and Awesome Experiments Gruesome Grub and Disgusting Dishes Dinosaur Dishes and Fossil Food Astonishing Art and Recycled Garbage Mad Machines and Dotty Devices Cool Circuits and Wicked Wires Featured within are vibrant, full-color illustrations on every page. Get ready to get totally grossed out with this incredibly fun and entertaining book—it’s perfect for any kid!
However, as with the steel, cement, and plastics, the astonishing efficiency of current production leads to very low prices for paper, so there is little motivation for either user or supplier to develop alternative material loops.
Author: Ernst Worrell
Category: Technology & Engineering
Winner of the International Solid Waste Association's 2014 Publication Award, Handbook of Recycling is an authoritative review of the current state-of-the-art of recycling, reuse and reclamation processes commonly implemented today and how they interact with one another. The book addresses several material flows, including iron, steel, aluminum and other metals, pulp and paper, plastics, glass, construction materials, industrial by-products, and more. It also details various recycling technologies as well as recovery and collection techniques. To completely round out the picture of recycling, the book considers policy and economic implications, including the impact of recycling on energy use, sustainable development, and the environment. With contemporary recycling literature scattered across disparate, unconnected articles, this book is a crucial aid to students and researchers in a range of disciplines, from materials and environmental science to public policy studies. Portrays recent and emerging technologies in metal recycling, by-product utilization and management of post-consumer waste Uses life cycle analysis to show how to reclaim valuable resources from mineral and metallurgical wastes Uses examples from current professional and industrial practice, with policy and economic implications
form , which has found a place in art galleries Aluminium Coke cans , Liquifruit leftovers ' Masizakhe ' , a Xhosa ... an incredible sensitivity a Coca - Cola waste - paper basket , a Castle are tourists who appreciate that the items in ...
This exhibition , mostly of unique works of art , doesn't mean to suggest that artists can make a significant dent in our national trash mountains by recycling interesting objects or materials . In their innovative application of ...
Author: Lloyd E. Herman
Publisher: Whatcom Museum of History & Art
Trashformations: Recycled Materials in Contemporary American Art and Design features eighty works by artists, craftspeople, and product designers who see new possibilities in the stuff that others throw out. Beginning with early examples of found objects in art and design and ending with a look at the hope and promise of recycling, the focus of the book's big middle section isn't on funky assemblages but on somewhat more refined objects, transformed from trash into treasures that amaze us with their beauty or ingenuity.