It’s always better to craft something useful out of scrap and leftovers rather adding to these. None would ever appreciate it if these simply keep on piling up. Scrap Lab is such green scrap-art company that believes in recirculating the industrial waste. Based at Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand, the designer firm blends professional research with deep analysis in suitably selecting material for re-fabrication. Majorly hitting an ecological plan to revive leftovers and fight environmental pollution, it indirectly has come up with unprecedented job opportunities as well.
What goes into the making?
Scrap Lab instills off-cut wood, steel, paper, foam, plastic and metals with succor and life. What separates this venture from other recycling undertakings is a direct relation to the manufacturers. It keeps a regular tab on the generated wastes out of various developments and ultimately comes up with some accurate and artful renditions. So, the artwork becomes aesthetic and functional too.
Actual making: Blends research and analysis
Final Products: Green aesthetically!
A peek into these fabulous artworks is enough to realize how the recycled art pleases your senses.
Image Credit: Design Boom/Scrap Lab