Litter Bugs

8 Nov

Mark Oliver has created a series of recyclable insects called “LitterBugs”. Wow, that’s really impressive! If I’m thinking how many things I’ve been throwing this years just to make more space in my rooms… It feels kind of sad right now after seeing this beautiful shaped bugs….

Brake Bug, Cerebellum Bug, Fleeting Dragonfly, Frequency Moth, Lamp Fly, Leatherback Beetle and Passion Fly are few of small creatures created by british artist. Using eyeglass-arms for antennas, clock hands for legs and many other composed objects, the species were precisely developed to adapt into the harsh and changing urban landscape.

Also, the creatures were  included in a document known as the “compendium of carabid and terrestrial detritus”. After birth, each one has been “baptized” with a scientific name, based on the objects they were built from.

Great “creatures” Mark!

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