Art made from rubbish.
There are many ways to deal with your unwanted household waste – You can throw it in the dustbin, take it to your local refuse tip in Essex or hire a skip from James Waste Management.
However, one alternative that you might not have thought of is actually making a piece of art with it. Well, that’s exactly what artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have done.
Here is a series of pictures that show how creative you can be with your rubbish if you put your mind to it.
Whilst we’d prefer it if Sussex residents hired one of our skips, we wouldn’t mind if you decided to make something like the pictures below show. Ironically, Sue Webster first met Tim Noble whilst he was rummaging through a skip in Nottingham when they were both studying art at University.After Charles Saatchi (a well known art collector and media mogul) bought their first piece of shadow art, they’ve become world famous for producing these kind of fab works of art.
So, the moral of the story is…Before you decide whether or not to hire a skip from James Waste Management in Sussex, consider how you can turn it into a fortune first!