The acceptance of recycling in modern society is not in itself negative, but it is not the answer to our woes as many would have us believe. Many people actually believe that it is ok to use a plastic water bottle because of that friendly recycling label. We are probably all guilty of easing our conscience on the backs of the corporate green-washing that has done little more than use a lot more green ink in their packaging.
Can’t make out your tunes? Make an upcycled toilet paper speaker!
All you need is an audio device, a tube of toilet paper, some art supplies and your imagination. This DIY toilet paper speaker looks boring, but you can spruce it up with some paint or markers or glitter or…
DIY speaker, made from a simple tube of toilet paper!
The person who created this toilet paper speaker used a thumbtack to hold it upright and keep it from rolling over and away. Smart idea!
The New York Philharmonic Orchestra went to the scrapyard.
They looked through “piles of crushed cars, hills of discarded tires and heaps of disembodied axles, gas tanks and bumpers” to create instruments for the show “Kraft”. The composer was inspired by Einstürzende Neubauten, and you can find out more about his vision in this interview.